Sunday, March 9, 2014

News Flash 60 minutes reports

Everything you do online is being tracked 60 minutes reports that every website you visit gathers information on you tracks where you go online after you leave their site and sells it to other company's. Basically when you apply for a job at a large company or business that has software or pays for a background check they can find out just about everything that you do online, ever fill out one of those health questionnaires online - yep you guessed it they have your health info

You think nasaa has your info and you were peeved, websites you visit make nasaa pale compaired to what your online profile says about you.

Now before you freek out this site might not have tracking software but other sites do when you visit them they follow you to your next site and so on.

5 Comments:

At 10:31 PM, JADELottery said...

duh, took them till now to find that out.

this is why we 'LIE' search.

you know, givemfucers a little misinformation.

At 11:52 AM, cbr$ said...

What give them the right to invade our privacy? I believe I'm living in the USA. Not a country that has Big Brother all ways watching.

At 7:57 PM, four4me said...

i dont know cbr but I'll try to give an example you visit a site for work boots you check out all the different styles. Then you surf for things you like while surfing these adds appear somewhere on the page of the stuff you just surfed for adds for their products appear even after you've cleaned you history, cache, and cookie files - days weeks and months latter the adds still show up on pages while you surf.

I'm not talking pop up adds there another story the adds i just mentiones are imbedded in the frames of sites that have advertising,

At 5:22 AM, GASMETERGUY said...

There are programs out there which blocks most if not all these tracking cookies. Search for one.

At 12:02 PM, four4me said...

thanks gasmeterguy i'll look into that

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