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DNT Policy vs Litigious Lawyers

Published: Tuesday, December 25, 2018 written by Drew Jackson



 
I have been noticing log entries in clients of the Do Not Track policy text file and find it interesting. Lawyers are going to have a hay day if we don't see how folks are going to implement DNT .
 
.txt - 2018-12-14 23:45:13 ..... GET /.well-known/dnt-policy.txt - 443 - .... Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+10.0;+Win64;+x64;+rv:64.0)+Gecko/20100101+Firefox/64.0 - 404 0 2 31
 
so i read up on this, and of course, notice all these websites with Cookies and Privacy notifications and its so weird we have to tell people we are not going to store or track them to some degree. so weird. If I walk into a grocery store, do I have the store owners tell me that anything about me is not tracked? even at check out?
 
 
https://www.eff.org/dnt-policy
 
for the past month, we have had to consider this for our international customers and clients. the EU is so strange but then again, Americans have been hammered and abused because of the gross amount of data collected on them for the sake of benefiting them, but the capitalists like Facebook just take advantage of you that way.
 
I prefer to let them eat crow when it comes to choking on their invasion of privacy and greed. Opportunism is rampant to some and some just lie about what they are doing not worried about getting caught, and then karma sets in.
 
it does not matter anyhow because it will all come to pass. let the greed eat up those that have done intentional and willful harm to others. for me, not the case, won't and will not do that.
 
 
more to come...
 
 
 
 

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