| |Chris 313Come get somePremium
Re: . I say good riddance
Re: I do not see There are many things that you don't understand.
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quote:When I request an opt-out of something I should be able to opt out completely of any activity that company does with my information. This half ass approach of yeah you will no longer receive ads but we will still collect and mine your information with the potential possibility of selling it for gods amount of money to another company is just plain flat out wrong and immoral in every way you can think of. It is my information, I generate it, I should have complete control over it, plain and simple.
As we've stated in the past, NebuAD's cookie-based system opted users out of receiving the system's targeted ads, but it didn't opt them out of data collection and sales.
The true patriot is motivated by a sense of responsibility, and out of self interest -- for himself, his family, and the future of his country -- to resist government abuse of power. He rejects the notion that patriotism means obedience to the state.
San Francisco, CA
Re: Don't go away mad, just go away!
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That's Motley Crue!!
What do I win?!!
Glen Carbon, IL
Re: So, Nebuad slinks off never to be seen..... From that article:
This will come as no surprise to most as we certainly expected NebuAd to rebrand and relaunch in an attempt to shed their tarnished reputation - but what is a concern is that it is very clear the UK has become a safe haven for corporations with a desire to prey on peoples personal and private data.Hmm.....what does that remind me of? Oh yeah, Packard Bell.
As for the UK government, I have this to say: If you are British and just happen to be from there, I have no problem with you. I have no problem with tea, crumpets, or your different spellings. But, your government sucks.