Difference between revisions of "Privacy"

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There is no privacy in the Web.
  
 
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The only thing you can have is a [[Seven:Privacy policy | privacy policy]].
 
The only thing you can have is a [[Seven:Privacy policy | privacy policy]].
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== Google, Facebook, Amazon and All the Rest ==
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If you come across a site that is using Google Analytics or some such then Google will know every move you take. If at the same time you are logged in at Google (for Gmail or Google Calendar), then Google will also add all of this information to your collected account data. Facebook does the same. Amazon does the same. Apple does it too. Samsung does it and even Cisco. They all do it. It is their business. It is why we get those services "for free" (well yes, except with Apple where we even pay for them).

Latest revision as of 11:13, 29 May 2018

In the Web there is no privacy. There is no privacy in the Web. In the Web there is no privacy. There is no privacy in the Web. In the Web there is no privacy. There is no privacy in the Web. In the Web there is no privacy. There is no privacy in the Web. In the Web there is no privacy. There is no privacy in the Web. In the Web there is no privacy. There is no privacy in the Web. In the Web there is no privacy. There is no privacy in the Web. In the Web there is no privacy. There is no privacy in the Web. In the Web there is no privacy.

In the Web there is no privacy. 
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There is no privacy in the Web. 

Got that?

In the Web there is no privacy!

The only thing you can have is a privacy policy.

Google, Facebook, Amazon and All the Rest

If you come across a site that is using Google Analytics or some such then Google will know every move you take. If at the same time you are logged in at Google (for Gmail or Google Calendar), then Google will also add all of this information to your collected account data. Facebook does the same. Amazon does the same. Apple does it too. Samsung does it and even Cisco. They all do it. It is their business. It is why we get those services "for free" (well yes, except with Apple where we even pay for them).