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


Service: Washington Post
Status: APPROVED
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Author: Agnes de Lion Staff


</b>Some web browsers may transmit “do-not-track” signals to the websites with which the user communicates. Because of differences in how web browsers incorporate and activate this feature, it is not always clear whether users intend for these signals to be transmitted, or whether they even are aware of them. Because there currently is no industry standard concerning what, if anything, websites should do when they receive such signals, the Services currently do not take action in response to these signals.


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