said by TheMG:
This is going to be just as effective as the "Do Not Call" list.
Especially when everyone discovers that the US of A has zero
legal recourse for enforcing something like this in most sovereign states around the world. At which point, the "Do Not Track" record becomes a known-good addressing index for all manner of ads and spam, just like the "Do Not Call" list has become a known-good calling index for certain off-shore VOIP telemarketers. ("Rachel" and Cardholder Services, are you out there... ?)--
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