The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C,) the standards body responsible for HTML5, accepted and published Microsoft’s member submission for standardized privacy features on Thursday. Last year, the Federal Trade Commission endorsed a framework for consumer privacy which suggested a persistent browser setting to protect users from services that collect and harvest browser data without users knowing about it. Subsequently, Microsoft, Mozilla, and Google all...
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