TS Special Forces
I think we've had enough personal comments. Any more will go bye bye. Back on topic please.
I 110% agree with you, this is a non-existant issue.Only 2 types of people should care about this: Alex Jones and people who just don't know any better. If only people realized that this is a non-issue.
Serious answer...I don't mind advertising as much as tracking. Advertisers have no right to track my interests on the net.
Would you mind your neighbor coming to your house everyday every hour to ask what you're doing and what are you going to do so they can make their plans?Yea I'm not that worried. Most of it is just for advertising and trying to make the experience more custom to the user. So I do wonder if tracking is really the best term for some of this.
Now for the real question, how much is Techspot tracking us!!?!?!?!?!?!? dun dun daaaaaaa!!!!!!
Quick question: why are you here? This very site (as with 99% of all other sites on the web) do exactly what you are saying they don't have a right to do. You digitally signed a contract just by opening techspot saying you agree to being tracked.Serious answer...I don't mind advertising as much as tracking. Advertisers have no right to track my interests on the net.