Advertisers to Microsoft: Reverse Course on Do Not Track Browser

ANA members ask for immediate dialogue

Advertisers came out swinging today against Microsoft’s new browser, Internet Explorer 10, which automatically defaults to Do Not Track. The move by Microsoft to include this feature setting stunned the Internet and ad communities which had agreed and received government support to implement an opt-in Do Not Track feature across all browsers by the end of the year.

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