Controversial as it is, the DNT (Do Not Track) option remains a very important technology for Microsoft, and its popular web browser. Redmond regularly talks about this feature, and now the software titan has improved the default
When it comes to the Do Not Track feature on web browsers, Microsoft is clearly a bit of a lone ranger. Sure, almost all major browsers support it, but Internet Explorer takes it to another level by
The on-by-default DNT feature is one of the most controversial features of Microsoft’s IE10, but despite criticisms from various industry quarters, the company seems intent on continuing with it. In fact, it has asked other technology leaders
Oh boy. As one saga concludes (yes, I am talking about the final Twilight movie), another one rages on with a new episode. The “Do Not Track” feature of Internet Explorer 10 is in the spotlight again.