Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 12th Oct 2012 23:06 UTC
Internet & Networking "With the fate of our beloved internet economy allegedly at stake, perhaps it's a good time to examine what Do Not Track is. How did the standard came to be, what does it do, and how does it stand to change online advertising? Is it as innocuous as privacy advocates make it sound, or does it stand to jeopardize the free, ad-supported internet we've all come to rely on?" Do Not Track is inherently flawed because it gives people a false sense of security. Other than perhaps well-known and accountable sites, nobody's going to abide by it anyway. We don't need nonsense like DNT - we need to educate people about that 'private browsing' button. Everybody's already using it for porn anyway; shouldn't be hard to let people know what other things it can be used for.
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Alfman
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2011-01-28

Bill Shooter of Bul,

"The call volume is usually once every other week from different phone number each time, having an auto block feature helps greatly."

Is that a feature of your provider or your phone? If I could block numbers, I'd probably be down to every other week on average as well.

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Bill Shooter of Bul Member since:
2006-07-14

My phone.

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