Reply to post: Re: X-T&C header -- Make it Stick

One solution to wreck privacy-hating websites: Flood them with bogus info using browser tools

GnuTzu

Re: X-T&C header -- Make it Stick

In previous posts, I've argued that the do-not-track header should be granted the same protection as the DMCA. But, people aren't getting it. Corporations could put in the most trivial of protections for their content and then be able to take people to court for bypassing it, yet corporations can effectively ignore our protections, using things like super cookies and such. If corporations can have the DMCA, then we can have legal backing too. Otherwise, we've just proven that corporations have more rights than real citizens--which is clearly a constitutional violation--and therefor, Un-American.

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