Microsoft employees and guests mingle at a pop-up Microsoft Store. The software giant has angered trade groups and advertisers because it says it will not change an automatic setting in its newest version of Internet Explorer that tells websites not to track user behaviour. Photo: AP  Microsoft employees and guests mingle at a pop-up Microsoft Store. The software giant has angered trade groups and advertisers because it says it will not change an automatic setting in its newest version of Internet Explorer that tells websites not to track user behaviour. Photo: AP
Microsoft employees and guests mingle at a pop-up Microsoft Store. The software giant has angered trade groups and advertisers because it says it will not change an automatic setting in its newest version of Internet Explorer that tells websites not to track user behaviour. Photo: AP
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Microsoft privacy plan angers advertisers

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 Microsoft employees and guests mingle at a pop-up Microsoft Store. The software giant has angered trade groups and advertisers because it says it will not change an automatic setting in its newest version of Internet Explorer that tells websites not to track user behaviour. Photo: AP  Microsoft employees and guests mingle at a pop-up Microsoft Store. The software giant has angered trade groups and advertisers because it says it will not change an automatic setting in its newest version of Internet Explorer that tells websites not to track user behaviour. Photo: AP
Microsoft employees and guests mingle at a pop-up Microsoft Store. The software giant has angered trade groups and advertisers because it says it will not change an automatic setting in its newest version of Internet Explorer that tells websites not to track user behaviour. Photo: AP
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