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Yahoo! has announced that it will ignore the default "Do Not Track" (DNT) signal broadcast by Microsoft Internet Explorer 10, on grounds that it does not accurately reflect user intent.
But no one's asking for this because they know the only "Yes, please track me" votes they'd get would be from people who misread the form.
that's pretty much the only way to reclaim your privacy in the long run - by making your habits unprofitable any way you can.
I for one don't want to block ads completely on sites where that's their livelihood. If they're giving me great free content, I don't want to deprive them of money. I just want to deprive the ad sellers of my private info.
even though it's a little more work