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DNT (Do Not
Track) request header indicates the user's tracking preference. It lets
users indicate whether they would prefer privacy rather than personalized content.
|Header type||Request header|
|Forbidden header name||yes|
DNT: 0 DNT: 1 DNT: null
The user prefers to allow tracking on the target site.
The user prefers not to be tracked on the target site.
The user has not specified a preference about tracking.
navigator.doNotTrack; // "0", "1" or null
|Tracking Preference Expression (DNT) |
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- Do Not Track on Wikipedia
- What Does the "Track" in "Do Not Track" Mean? – EFF
- DNT on Electronic Frontier Foundation
- DNT browser settings help: