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Microsoft has said it will no longer enable the “Do Not Track” (DNT) feature by default in Windows, two years after it angered advertisers by its approach to the feature in Internet Explorer 10.

Microsoft had previously enabled DNT by default in the browser, arguing that this represented the preference of most users, while providing clear instructions for users who might want to switch it off. At the time, advertisers’ organisations said that Microsoft’s move made the standard effectively worthless, with many saying they no longer intended to honour it.

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