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When you search from [google.com,...] websites you visit from our organic search listings will still know that you came from Google, but won't receive information about each individual query.
joined:Apr 10, 2011
the average user will probably LIKE the idea that their query terms aren't being reported to the websites they visit.
We are forgetting about webmaster privacy here. You will get strange visitors from strange countries. I would not open this door to someone wearing a stocking on their head, will you?
Picture this: in a couple of years all the search engines and sites will have SSL! Its the future of secure internet when users would need to login before starting to browse!
If I can't see the specific query that led people to that specific page, I wouldn't be able to do it.
goog doesn't want the user to purchase from you...... they want them to purchase from a "big brand" or "goog"
you'd think online marketing types would have enough sense to not surf goog logged in
I guess this is just the phase one of them ultimately redirecting all requests into https .
Coming much quicker then we thought as well.
Is there a general consensus on the best way to deal with this, or have we all just decided to give up and accept that Google has gone evil?