Advancing Consumer Trust and Privacy: Internet Explorer in Windows 8
Mozilla responded to this announcement, explaining their view on the feature. (Which was their invention, originally.)
Do Not Track: Itís the userís voice that matters
So, yet again, it seems Microsoft is going against the established standards. Even though, admittedly, this feature isn't a really a standard yet, Microsoft is going against the core ideals this feature is built on. All in what appears to be another PR stunt, trying to make IE10 look like the most "Private" of them all, even though this move will likely cause the ad-services to drop support for the header entirely, making it completely useless.
What do you think. Will the DNT feature survive this, or is this a death sentence?