Do Not Track (DNT) headers are ignored and you are tracked anyway even if you set this header.


Service: Privacy
Status: APPROVED
Changes: 3
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Author: dayxhtrtbv


Some browsers support a “Do Not Track” feature, which is intended to be a signal to websites that you do not wish to be tracked across different websites you visit. Our Services do not currently change the way they operate based upon detection of a Do Not Track or similar signal.


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On 2021-05-23 14:13:28 UTC, Agnes de Lion Staff wrote:

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Version 1: 2021-08-26 17:21:53 UTC by JustinBack Staff

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Version 2: 2021-05-23 14:13:28 UTC by Agnes de Lion Staff

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Version 3: 2021-05-22 19:23:44 UTC by dayxhtrtbv

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