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How To Honor “Do Not Track?”

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We are relatively small non-profit with a new website. I have recently started Google Analytics on the site and after more site setup will buy some clicks Google Ads to generate some traffic.

While building Privacy Policy, Terms, etc. pages the subject of Do Not Track came up. We want to comply if possible but have no clue how. A few searches have only turned up this on


Note: Requires Apache 2.0+ with the standard mod_headers, mod_setenvif, and mod_rewrite modules enabled.

CustomLog logs/access_log common env=!DO_NOT_TRACK # Location of access log file

So, is the above what we need to do?

If so, how/where do we do it?

Is there a simpler way to do it?

At the least, please point me to more info if possible.

Thanks, Ken

Answer #1

Hello Ken,

This would be done in the Apache configuration on the server itself, and is not set this way on our servers. You should be able to set this on your account via a .htaccess file, however. I would suggest you enter a ticket with our support team, and we can take a look at this for you.

Answers Answered By: jdavey [359 Blue Star Level]

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