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19.03.2011

Three out of three: Google’s Ads Preferences Manager does not work

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Filed under: business, internet, marketing, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 23.19

7 Responses to ‘Three out of three: Google’s Ads Preferences Manager does not work’

  1. […] Mr. Yan apparently had some significant problems keeping Google’s various advertising cookies off his computer, there is nothing in the terms of service or privacy policies that indicates that Google users […]

  2. […] it was rolled in 2011, there were posts saying that Google’s Ads Preferences Manager does not work. After almost 1 year and a half, the product has improved itself in both user experience, […]

  3. […] Mr. Yan apparently had some significant problems keeping Google’s various advertising cookies off his computer, there is nothing in the terms of service or privacy policies that indicates that Google users […]

  4. […] few years ago, I discovered that Google was monitoring and gathering user preferences even after one had opted out. Google would initially put an opt-out cookie that went with your browser when you first opt out, […]

  5. […] when and with whom we share them. It’s something I’ve touched on regularly since 2011, when Google breached its own stated policies over user-preference collection for advertising purposes, something that Facebook appears to be following suit with mid-decade. This was long before Edward […]

  6. […] when and with whom we share them. It’s something I’ve touched on regularly since 2011, when Google breached its own stated policies over user-preference collection for advertising purposes, something that Facebook appears to be following suit with mid-decade. This was long before Edward […]

  7. […] turned off. The company said it would cease to do so this month.    It’s just like Google getting busted (by me) on ignoring users’ opt-outs from customized ads, something it allegedly ceased to do when the NAI confronted them with my findings.   […]

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