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Privacy advocates laud Microsoft's decision to turn on "Do Not Track" by default in Internet Explorer 10.



From InformationWeek:
"In Windows 8, IE10 sends a 'Do Not Track' signal to websites by default. Consumers can change this default setting if they choose. This decision reflects our commitment to providing Windows customers an experience that is 'private by default' in an era when so much user data is collected online," said Dean Hachamovitch, Microsoft's corporate VP for Internet Explorer, in a blog post.
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