Difference between revisions of "Exterior Memory:Privacy policy"

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There is no privacy. The only thing that stops me from carefully decipher your identity by analysing your IP address and browsing behaviour on my site is that I have better things to do in my spare time. However, if I ever have too much time on my hands, be prepared that the trace you leave behind in the log files is scrutinized. If you don't like it -- quickly, go [[http://www.google.com somewhere else]]! <small>(like Google, which keeps even more info, and actually '''uses''' it)</small>
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The only thing that stops me from carefully decipher your identity by analysing your IP address and browsing behaviour on my site is that I have better things to do in my spare time. However, if I ever have too much time on my hands, be prepared that the trace you leave behind in the log files is scrutinized.
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If you don't like it -- quickly, go [http://www.google.com somewhere else]! <small>(like Google, which keeps even more info, and actually '''uses''' it)</small>

Revision as of 17:25, 5 December 2006

There is no privacy.

The only thing that stops me from carefully decipher your identity by analysing your IP address and browsing behaviour on my site is that I have better things to do in my spare time. However, if I ever have too much time on my hands, be prepared that the trace you leave behind in the log files is scrutinized.

If you don't like it -- quickly, go somewhere else! (like Google, which keeps even more info, and actually uses it)