"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Sun Apr 25 22:57:42 CEST 2010
> I mean nothing personal by this debate - as I'm sure Martin is aware. We
> merely have a difference of opinion. I would still hold that if you
> contend that the use of google's services are subject to "wide spread
> concerns", and will put off a large number of potential users who
> haven't already blocked google's services, then the balance of proof is
> on those claiming this.
The point is that in this specific service, the user is typically
unaware that they use it. This is unlike any of the other Google
services (like Gmail): I explicitly make a choice to use them. For
Google Analytics, I be "using" them without even knowing they exist.
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