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does Sim-on-a-Stick collect any of your data

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yes – i collect Google Analytics data on website visits to http://simonastick.com (sim-on-a-stick.com redirects to simonastick.com). i use that data to determine the number of monthly downloads and i also look at general demographics such as what countries have downloaded it. i don’t dig any deeper than that, but Google Analytics does capture the city […]

written by Ener Hax

January 2nd, 2013 at 10:13 am

new Google policy violates settlement against Google!

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in a similar vein to the SOPA stuff of a few weeks ago and the pseudonym battles between some virtual world folks (self included) and Facebook and Google+, the new single, all encompassing, mine-you-deeper-and-harder-than-ever-before policy changes might actually violate an FTC settlement last year! read it for yourself:┬áMake FTC Act Against Google, Privacy Advocates Ask […]

written by Ener Hax

February 8th, 2012 at 12:34 pm

Online Personae or Pseudonyms Might Be Smart

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Four years ago I set up a social networking presence to help promote Ener Hax and the iliveisl Second Life “land sales” business. Ener Hax is an account name in Second Life but those of you familiar with Second Life know that these names can take on a life of their own (ener hax actually […]

written by subQuark

March 16th, 2011 at 9:33 pm

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