Interesting article in Tom's

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by Close_Hauled, Jul 21, 2005.

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    I just tread this article about the inaccuracy of the browser market share data that is collected. It is interesting how the analytical firms that collect the data are thwarted by our diligence in protecting our privacy. I say thank you to Mozilla and other developers for giving us the tools to do so.

    What will be interesting is to see what the analytical companies will do to collect more accurate data. I would venture a guess that more web sites will require us to log in. Or, more extreme, companies screaming that they have the right to collect the data from us.

    Article: Is Any Web Browser "Market Share" Data Reliable?

    Meanwhile, Hollywood continues to be a PIA.
     
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