[casual_games] Casual Games audience hardware survey ?
mavpion at gmail.com
Mon May 8 17:10:16 EDT 2006
I think generally if you just inform people that you are collecting
the information and give them a chance to opt out, they'll be fine
with it. If you get caught, it will be a big scandal even if it's
harmless. I rarely opt out of information gathering unless my name is
tied to the information.
On 5/8/06, Jonas Beckeman <list at jobe.nu> wrote:
> > Before I could use such a tool
> > I would need to have some questions answered about privacy issues.
> We never reached a conclusion... If you don't collect IP numbers or info
> that can help identify a computer or individual, is there really any
> I've never had any site ask me if I'm OK with leaving my IP number, referrer
> and browsing history (and I think most sites store those variables), so I
> wonder which laws in which countries require you to do that? Where are you
> located, what are the laws you've designed you visitor info collection
> policy around?
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