I have recently found a do not track checkbox in my chrome options.
Nevertheless it is pretty obvious what it is going to do, I have a question regarding how it is going to do this and what is the probability that this checkbox will work.
First of all the idea behind the "Do Not Track": a browser is going to include something which is telling the server not to track your identity and not to use your previous history to show you ads. After checking this checkbox I was not able to find any difference in request headers or request uri sent to the server. So the question is how is the browser sending this information. Also what I am as a developer should do to correctly respond to such request.