Some browser developers support the Do Not Track initiative, and many organizations have in place the methods to honor that request.
Do Not Track is an initiative aimed at letting users express a preference to not be tracked by websites.
The browsers that provide this feature send a "DNT: 1" element in the HTTP header.
The DOM property is navigator.doNotTrack. Please read more about it at the Mozilla Developer Network.
Angelfish has methods to support Do Not Track, yet it is your organization's responsibility to place code on your website that will call the Track and Do Not Track controls for Angelfish.
- Call this method to activate Angelfish tracking by way of the /agf.gif request. Most likely the agf.enable() method will not be used as much as the disable method.
- By default tracking is enabled, using the standard angelfish tracking code. Every web page which has the Angelfish tracking code on it, will call agf.pageview(), so you will have to call agf.disable() if the Do Not Track header is detected and is true.