Leosghost - 5:20 pm on Oct 21, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: Leosghost at 5:26 pm (utc) on Oct 21, 2011]
To you..read what we already wrote ..and given their past history with regards to privacy like "accidentally" slurping up wifi data with street view..and then denying that they did ..even if said data was publicly available ..( although how one can write a piece of software and then claim not to know what it did )..and then backtracking* and claiming that they didn't know that had it ..the further backtracking* and saying that they didnt notice..than further backtracking* and saying it was "some engineers" oversight /fault..
Why would websmasters be "untrustworthy" with this data ..and Google "trustworthy"..and how does paying for an ad make one "trustworthy"..anyone can buy an ad with Google adwords with a ripped off credit card..and many bad guys do..
btw ..did you know Google allow premium publishers to run adsense on cyberlockers..I know at least one that has adsense on it for over two years..and the adsense is not served by a "third party network"..it is sent direct from G ..
** lying more
***lying still more
and they are bound to give them useful reports.
no ..they are bound to run the ads providing the click through and tracking and query data is optional, and something they have decided to do )..and who defines useful ?..and they say it is for "privacy"**** reasons...they do not say it is for "commercial" reasons..
****lying even more again.
[edited by: Leosghost at 5:26 pm (utc) on Oct 21, 2011]