Yahoo! is to begin slotting in support for a Do Not Track header across its entire online estate just a few months after its erstwhile privacy wonk quit the firm in favour of a job at Google. Anne Toth, who is now working on the Chocolate Factory's Google+, had opposed DNT. Yahoo! said the tool, which will also be implemented …
Just thought of a combo...
Who! cares! about! Yahoo! ... bitch
... doesn't know what people mean by "do not track", then she is in the wrong job. It's not difficult or hard to understand. She just doesn't like the answers people give her when they tell her what DNT means.
Re: If Toth...
I actually read somebody complaining that after they log out and remove all cookies because they don't want to be tracked, website X inexplicably forgets all their settings.
El! Reg! Stop! Tiresome! Yahoo! Headline! Joke!
Does anyone still use Yahoo? I'm getting used to the idea of a Google monopoly. I'll suffer for it in the end.
Re: El! Reg! Stop! Tiresome! Yahoo! Headline! Joke!
I! do! I have been using Yahoo! mail for years and it works just fine for me. What do GMail etc have to offer over and above?
Surely it's "Don't track unless I explicitly say so" that people want.
Although I suspect they won't be asked.
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