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‘Do-Not-Track’ List | November 1, 2007

‘Do-Not-Track’ List

Most sellers prefer to beg other people to buy their products. Or spam, or cheat, or pest…
In USA there is a ‘Do-Not-Call’ list for marketers. The National Do Not Call Registry gives you a choice about whether to receive telemarketing calls at home. And now there’s an idea for a ‘Do-Not-Track’ List. Basically, if you’re on the list, marketers can’t track your online behaviour. This is to protect our privacy.

The simplest way is plug-ins for browsers. Just tell websites that you’re “out”. I will totally use these plug-ins to protect myself from all behaviour logging. Some privacy please!


Posted in Innovative News


  1. hmm…
    this is really something….
    hoping for ‘do-not-listen’ and ‘do-not-observe’ List 🙂

    Comment by hanhanan — November 1, 2007 @ 4:21 am

  2. We should totally bring this further, like;
    Do-Not-Even-Think list
    Do-Not-Fantasize list
    Do-Not-Ask list

    There’s no way U.S. can stop own Govt though. They call, track, listen, observe,fantasize…

    Comment by Nahili — November 1, 2007 @ 11:57 am

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