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I think you should cover the fact that not just YOUR site is sending Cookies to them, but also 3rd Party sites like Google. I'd recommend to extend your language accordingly.
I guess this is where the privacy advocats actually are concerned. YOU probably can not create a set of data that exactly tracks individual users. Google can (and does).
Oh come on. A general overall duck out? At least you oculd provide the "bare minimum policy requirements" that are acceptable to Google in order to pass mustard and not be penalized later, or does G really get it's jollys pouncing on unsuspecting webmasters who thought they WERE doing things right. Especially for those who do not currently have ANY policy posted (never used cookies ourselves, don't even know how to and never wanted to) and are starting from scratch. Is it safe to say then that what Google displays themselves is totally sufficient for us or do we need to go above and beyond in originality? BTW, isn't mentioning the fact that some links displayed by Adsense may contain 'whatever' violate the part of the TOS about NOT drawing attention to the ads in any way?
Is it safe to say then that what Google displays themselves is totally sufficient for us or do we need to go above and beyond in originality?
Won't find me practising
What I'm preaching
Won't find me
Making no sacrifice
But I can get you a pocketful of miracles
If you promise to be good
Try to be nice
God will take
Good care of you
Just do as I say,
Don't do as I do
Genesis - Jesus, he knows me (1991)
[edited by: amznVibe at 2:37 am (utc) on May 14, 2008]