Topic: Do Not Track Me is anti-privacy
Why does Epic Browser turn on "Do Not Track Me" and only remember settings at a site level?
I don't want Epic telling any websites not to track me. Doing so actually (by definition) sends some information about me to the website. The best way to deal with this from a privacy perspective is simply don't load any tracking elements at all (radio silence) and never send ANYTHING to websites or advertisers that you don't need to.
Suggestions to improve:
1. Please turn off "Do Not Track Me" by default (or remove it altogether as nobody trusts advertisers to respect opt-outs)
2. Please allow me to set "Do Not Track Me" settings globally - not on a per site basis.
3. Set some "design principles" for your browser that you should adhere to for all decisions and get community input
An example strawman (Design Principles):
1. Design for security over usability (OK to 'break' a website loading, if doing so would compromise privacy of the user)
2. Never send personally identifiable data to anyone without user consent