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  1. No, you can't stop them with this setting.
    With this setting you ask the website politely not to track you.
    That is a huge difference and maybe the users should be made aware of that.

    Some websites follow your request, others -especially the real sniffer websites- don't.

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  1. With Don't track me settings, you can stop tracking the website you.
    With Don't track me settings, you can stop tracking the website you.

    With Don't track me settings, you can stop tracking the website you.

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  2. With Don't track me settings, you can ask the website not to track you.
    With Don't track me settings, you can ask the website not to track you.

    With Don't track me settings, you can ask the website not to track you.

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  3. With the "Don't track me" settings, you can ask websites not to track you.
    With the "Don't track me" settings, you can ask websites not to track you.

    With the "Don't track me" settings, you can ask websites not to track you.

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  4. With the <strong>Do not track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.
    With the <strong>Do not track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.

    With the <strong>Do not track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.

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  5. With the <strong>Do Not Track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.
    With the <strong>Do Not Track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.

    With the <strong>Do Not Track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.

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  6. With the <strong>Do Not Track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.
    With the <strong>Do Not Track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.

    With the <strong>Do Not Track</strong> settings, you can ask websites not to track you.

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