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Posted 03 September 2009 - 12:11 PM
Which web bugs are a privacy threat? You do know you are talking about Google Analytics stuff right? Tracking is done all over the place - this forum included. You have access to the big control panel? Then you know how much time Ive spend and where, my IP, my ISP, OS, resolution, plugins and more. The very core of internet pages, small or big. Game is lost long ago and most of what used to be considered "privacy threat" is merely data used in SEO optimization which does include simply making better pages! - and partly why so many sites suck. You afraid of a cookie? Last man standing perhaps. But most have no clue why it is done and how. What makes Ghostery useful, like Firebug and similar tools. There certainly are TOS to consider when usings tracking but most could not care less. Im pretty sure GA require a note saying it is in use - cant remember seeing it anywhere. All goes today.
only for unregistered guests, I believe.
You are a moderator on a forum full of Google ads!
I disagree most strenuously.
Your position on evil vs. good is hopeless, just saying. Sometimes you got to eat a pill to get well or making a site run.
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