• http://www.ovrdrv.com Louis Gudema

    It’s hard to know how much of the political opposition is just that, political, and how much is sincere. I don’t think most people understand what is being tracked, and to what degree it is anonymized, or not.

    Bottom line is the Internet has to be paid for somehow. Do people want to pay for websites (mostly no, and those few that do could take advantage of premium, private services), or do they want to allow sites to make money from advertising? If it’s the latter, then they need to allow tracking, too.

    I would support, though, that personally identifiable browing/online behavior data is deleted after a few months.

    Louis Gudema
    Vice President of Business Development
    Overdrive Interactive

  • http://MoneyCTL.com Nandita B.

    I don’t think Google’s privacy policy will affect so much for a general/ordinary web surfer.

    In fact Google’s new steps to integrate all the accounts seemingly will help web surfers in a great way to find requisite content.

    Thank you.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com Nick Stamoulis

    The new Google privacy policy has been discussed at length in the media over the last few weeks. Those that are concerned about their privacy have had time to research the changes and see how it will affect them. Precautions can be taken, but what it comes down to is that in order to use Google, you need to realize that you are providing them with data. The service isn’t actually “free”.