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The French data protection commissioner, the CNIL, will be holding a press conference on Tuesday to announce the results of its deliberations together with the data protection chiefs of the other European Union countries.
Google declined to comment on the forthcoming CNIL report, but said: "We are confident that our privacy notices respect the requirements of European data protection laws."
People had, and still have, the ultimate opt-out: simply don't use it.
Goog is almost on every website they visit
Unless you are an IT specialist and know exactly where to look for and what to block, "Opting out" of goog is simply impossible at this stage ...
"Opting out" is simply impossible at that stage unless you are an IT specialist...
A simple ad blocker or NoScript disables AdSense and GA and all the rest which many already use.
Sure, plenty of ad blockers around for smartphones and smart TVs...
[edited by: incrediBILL at 12:22 am (utc) on Oct 17, 2012]
The ad blockers are easily found in Google Play.
A simple ad blocker or NoScript disables AdSense and GA and all the rest which many already use. Again, common sense does not prevail as the technology to stop their intrusions, for those that care, has always been easy to access, implement and use.