tangor - 12:42 am on Aug 22, 2013 (gmt 0)
Hmm, my understanding is that if WebmasterWorld was collecting info on British citizens that it was against British law to collect, then the UK could demand that WebmasterWorld stop doing that and/or block UK citizens or something along those lines.
webmasterworld is not like Google in that the folks here JOIN and ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE... ie. they give up some privacy to become members... and AFAIK, webmasterworld does NOT share, sell, or monetize their product. If you speak to the subscription side, once again, it's not like Google's insert of cookies for tracking your ad experience. The WW cookie is for your SITE experience ON THIS SITE.