Microsoft supports continuing work toward a ‘Do Not Track’ standard

Microsoft has been steadfastly committed to, and engaged in, the W3C’s Tracking Protection Working Group’s efforts to define a Do Not Track standard.  We believe DNT holds the potential to help people better manage their privacy online.

The Working Group chairs are currently asking members how and whether to proceed with DNT standards work.  At the Microsoft on the Issues blog, Chief Privacy Officer Brendon Lynch shared our response, emphasizing that Microsoft supports continued work toward a final, meaningful DNT standard that will help build greater trust across the Internet ecosystem.

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Adrienne Hall

General Manager, Trustworthy Computing

Adrienne Hall is a General Manager in the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing group, where she leads a team of information technology (IT) professionals who are focused on the security, privacy, reliability, and accessibility of devices and services built on Microsoft technology. Read more »