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Daily Dashboard | Do-Not-Track Continues To Spark Fires Related reading: Polish GDPR implementation draft published for comment

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Microsoft’s newest version of Internet Explorer (IE) allows users to grant permission for specific websites to log their movements, IT Pro reports. IE11 was debuted in the Windows 8.1 preview last week and features a default Do-Not-Track setting with a “user-granted exceptions” option. Meanwhile, following criticism over its plans to move forward with a project to block third-party cookies in the Firefox browser, Mozilla’s Harvey Anderson said  there’s “no constitutional right that allows people to modify my computer.” The Digital Advertising Alliance has called the proposal “draconian.”
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