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From: Cyberheb (cyb3rh3bgmail.com)
Date: Sat Sep 15 2007 - 05:30:56 CDT
"Noscript is ur friend"?!
Beside using that firefox add-on to block the google-analytics thing, you
can also use the anonymity tools to hide from other analysis tracking
On 9/15/07, Kristian Erik Hermansen <kristian.hermansengmail.com> wrote:
> It appears to me that Google has the ability to know nearly all the
> sites you have visited because many larger web presences utilize
> Google Analytics. What this means is that Google is continually
> compiling data on every visitor across the Internet. If they like,
> they should have the ability to tie this to any Google services
> account you operate. Thus, perhaps they can search your Google user
> id and see nearly all the web sites you have ever visited across the
> Internet (not necessarily using their search engine, mind you).
> Pretty cool, or scary, depending on which side of the fence you sit.
> Now, correct me if I am wrong here, but I would like to hear from
> anyone who utilizes Google Analytics and believes this is not the
> case. Does the EULA suggest that Google is not tracking users across
> the entire Internet? Just a random though I had. Maybe this is
> widely known and everyone has taken proactive measures to hide this
> data from Google already. It is merely as simple as blocking the
> domain. Maybe there is a more elegant way to do it?
> Kristian Erik Hermansen
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