---- Microsoft Criticised By U.S. Ad Industry Over Default Do Not Track In IE10
incrediBILL - 12:18 am on Oct 4, 2012 (gmt 0)
1) What if a site owner ignores the "do not track" headers? can he/she be successfully sued ?
Could the bad guys, scrapers and such, which are tracked by many in efforts to block them, turn the table and claim the "do not track" headers apply to them as well?
FWIW I think MS is within their rights to ship the browser with max security on and let the user decide how much to disable. They're protecting the technically challenged that don't know about "do not track" and there are many.