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Submission + - Apache webserver updated to ignore Do Not Track settings in IE10 (arstechnica.com)

exomondo writes: An Apache webserver update has been released that ignores the 'Do Not Track' privacy setting sent from IE. Patch author and Adobe employee Roy Fielding states "The only reason DNT exists is to express a non-default option" but critics of the patch point out that the initial Windows 8 setup explicitly points out that if you choose 'Express' setup as opposed to 'Custom' then 'Do Not Track' will be turned on.
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Apache webserver updated to ignore Do Not Track settings in IE10

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Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?

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