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>> No. 411568 Anonymous
19th June 2017
Monday 4:19 pm
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Reading through the privacy policy of a popular VOIP service I noticed this:
>Our Services currently do not respond to “Do Not Track” (DNT) signals and operate as described in this Privacy Policy whether or not a DNT signal is received, as there is no consistent industry standard for compliance.

And then:
>The Company is based in the United States. No matter where you are located, you consent to the processing and transferring of your information in and to the U.S. and other countries

2 questions:
Who, if anybody, is pushing for industry compliance with DNT requests?
Wouldn't any single countries standard be nullified by processing data in a less stringent country?
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>> No. 411580 Anonymous
19th June 2017
Monday 10:49 pm
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>>411568
Ha to both answers.

There is nothing legal or binding in DNT flags, they're advisory only. Data protection laws, when you're working globally, are very complex and somewhat contradictory. Next May when GDPR comes into force, at least most of us on this side of the atlantic will have harmonised laws (for a few months, at least).
>> No. 411632 Anonymous
21st June 2017
Wednesday 10:32 am
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>>411568

Well, that is one way to watch porn in public.

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