Try this sentence:
"The fundamental problem faced by Do Not Track (or any other similar privacy mechanism) is that sending a header doesn't do anything in and of itself. Advertisers need to both look for the header and honor it if it shows that the user does not want to be tracked. This is problematic, because it's not actually in advertisers' interest to not track users."
See elsewhere, my Combo Bells are ringing. If some awesome judge backed by an elite defensive sniper team who cannot be bought rules that user generated copyrighted content has to occur *first*(the user click is earlier than any remote site compilation), then, when viewed in a Copyright context such that any user can sue any advertiser, (class, etc, I know), THEN the 3rd tier ad companies will give a damn.
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