Internet Explorer 10 Will ‘Do Not Track’ Series Activated: Microsoft has confirmed that the latest version of its browser, Internet Explorer 10, will be enabled by default the ‘Do Not Track‘. The company stressed that it is an important initiative that will increase user control over privacy.

‘Do Not Track’ is a system for increasing user control over privacy, thus limiting the tracking data from your web browsing. Web pages and browsers may follow the user navigation through its ‘cookies’ in order to improve their experience, even for advertising purposes. This possibility has been condemned by internet users who prefer that there is no possibility to learn your navigation data.

‘Do Not Track’ is a solution to these criticisms. Several pages have already confirmed that they will adhere to the initiative, which advocates do not track users unless it has your explicit consent. One of the latest web to pass this initiative has been Twitter. In addition to websites, browsers may also have ‘Do Not Track’, which allows users to add sites that do not want to have access to navigation.

Internet Explorer 9 is one of the browsers that this possibility, but Microsoft has wanted to go a step further. The company has confirmed that Internet Explorer 10, version that comes with Windows 8 Release Candidate, ‘Do Not Track’ is enabled by default. This is the first browser to set this option by default. Users can disable ‘Do Not Track’ if you will, but from the start will be in operation.

Microsoft has explained that they have taken this decision considered that “people first” and that users should “have more control over how it is shared and information online.” With this measure, the company offers more guarantees from the outset, to users.

Microsoft has confirmed that the latest version of its browser, Internet Explorer 10, will be enabled by default the ‘Do Not Track’. The company stressed that it is an important initiative that will increase user control over privacy.

‘Do Not Track’ is a system for increasing user control over privacy, thus limiting the tracking data from your web browsing. Web pages and browsers may follow the user navigation through its ‘cookies’ in order to improve their experience, even for advertising purposes. This possibility has been condemned by internet users who prefer that there is no possibility to learn your navigation data.

‘Do Not Track’ is a solution to these criticisms. Several pages have already confirmed that they will adhere to the initiative, which advocates do not track users unless it has your explicit consent. One of the latest web to pass this initiative has been Twitter. In addition to websites, browsers may also have ‘Do Not Track’, which allows users to add sites that do not want to have access to navigation.

Internet Explorer 9 is one of the browsers that this possibility, but Microsoft has wanted to go a step further. The company has confirmed that Internet Explorer 10, version that comes with Windows 8 Release Candidate, ‘Do Not Track’ is enabled by default. This is the first browser to set this option by default. Users can disable ‘Do Not Track’ if you will, but from the start will be in operation.

Microsoft has explained that they have taken this decision considered that “people first” and that users should “have more control over how it is shared and information online.” With this measure, the company offers more guarantees from the outset, to users.

From Microsoft also commented that this initiative is only part of the process, which will not be complete if no cooperation from the website. The company stressed that the sites and services also need to embrace privacy ‘Do Not Track’ for guarantees for users to be complete.

Along with these explanations, Microsoft also wanted to highlight that although he considers that users come first, so is that advertising remains a key element of the process. Therefore, the company has said that it must reach a consensus and make an effort to respect the rights and privacy of users and to keep the advertising business, which is essential for millions of web pages and responsible.

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