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How sites can comply with Do Not Track Unless the site does not ever track users, each incoming request should be checked to see if it contains a DNT header and whether it denotes an opt-out request (DNT:1) or an opted-in request (DNT:0). In certain jurisdictions, such as Europe, if no DNT header exists then the site must assume an opted-out user, in others the default may be an slight paranoia: The History of the Do Not Track Header The Do Not Track Header The header approach suffered from a serious chicken and egg problem. No ad network was willing to look for, or respect the header (primarily because no one was sending the header). Likewise, because no one was looking for the header, the browser vendors weren't ready to add support for it to their products. the wild web: Try out the "Do Not Track" HTTP header

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Do Not Track Detection - BrowserLeaks HTTP Header method to detect Do Not Track: DNT: undefined: JavaScript ways to detect Do Not Track: navigator.doNotTrack: window.doNotTrack: navigator.msDoNotTrack: Further Reading. Do Not Track — Wikipedia; Do Not Track FAQ — Mozilla; Do Not Track - Universal Web Tracking Opt Out; Tracking Preference Expression (DNT) — W3C R343. Respect the Do Not Track header | Fluid Attacks