Edit ISSUE-196: What compliance requirements apply when a signal has been disregarded?

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[npdoty]: for Compliance

7 May 2013, 18:52:59

[npdoty]: Roy wants to re-title

7 May 2013, 18:54:06

retitled

Roy Fielding, 7 May 2013, 19:02:29

I believe that because of freedom to contract (or not), a "D" signal can be sent even if presented with a conformant DNT:1 signal. A limitation of "D" signals IMHO is a task for a self-regulation system that uses DNT.

Rigo Wenning, 7 May 2013, 21:16:07

During issue cleanup, moved to Pending Review Stable. Editors' draft has options for disregarding, not currently under active discussion.

Nick Doty, 29 May 2013, 01:56:53


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