Microsoft's (MSFT) plans to make Internet Explorer's "Do Not Track" feature a default setting...
Friday, July 6, 2012, 5:30 PM ETMicrosoft's (MSFT) plans to make Internet Explorer's "Do Not Track" feature a default setting isn't just upsetting the online ad industry - Microsoft's ad division is reportedly up in arms about it as well. Some sources even claim Microsoft, which just took a $6.2B write-off related to aQuantive, might exit the online ad business, already reeling from executive departures. The fact the browser division made the Do Not Track decision without advertising's input has upset many (ed: that sounds familiar).
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