not in ohio
|reply to Ian |
Re: Association of Parasites upset about 'do-not-track' default
said by Ian:Those advertisers are likely customers of Microsoft Corporation as well. And that will drive the ultimate decision. Some Microsoft customers want privacy for themselvels. Some Microsoft customers want to invade the privacy of others. Who spends the most with Microsoft Corporation? (Of course, there's a little PR involved as well - "we protect Mom and Pop" is worth a little).
I'm curious as to why the Ad Industry believes that Microsoft Corporation is under any obligation, legal or otherwise, to make it easy for ad companies to track users.