Web privacy

News Item: Yahoo stops honouring Do Not Track setting :: Most internet services, including Google, already don’t honour requests   Yahoo has joined Google and others on a growing list of internet services that have stopped honouring the browser built-in “Do Not Track” setting. Such an action is technically legal, but it is clearly not ethical. And, it is a clear and flagrant violation of our privacy. For all intents and purposes, the “Do Not Track” browser setting is a thing of the past. Some, like Twitter and Pinterest, do still honour the setting. However, they are a small group, and group is getting smallerRead More →