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Daily Dashboard | AOL Won’t Respond to DNT Until Uniform Standard Exists Related reading: FCA rules would force banks to reveal number of security breaches

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AOL has disclosed it doesn’t respond to do-not-track (DNT) signals, Law 360 reports. The company said it may be willing to reconsider its position “if the industry can agree on a uniform do-not-track standard,” the report states. In part of its most recent privacy policy update, AOL inserted a new section indicating how it intends to react when a DNT signal is sent by an online user. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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