Most Web Sites Ignore ‘Do Not Track’ Browser Settings: Gizmodo
It’s nice to have an occasional bit of good news about privacy, but there’s plenty on the other side of the ledger. Gizmodo reports that the “Do Not Track” function built into many Web browsers is basically useless because most Web sites ignore it. Unlike GDPR, Do Not Track has no legal standing. That would require an Act of Congress so don’t hold your breath.