Clicking on the link to set my preferences returns a page telling me my cookies are disabled. My cookies are enabled.Your help link shows steps for Firefox 1.0 and prior.... We're up to v3 by now....
Aren't you the same people that recently silently shoved Google Updater spyware/vampireware down every person's throat who hoped to use one of your applications?OR, are you the folks who once said "Don't be evil?"Hmmmm?
Perhaps you could answer a minor concern I have about this service. In general, I think it's great, but I saw that Fox reported, "let’s say you search ‘bakery products,’ then Betty Crocker ads start popping up on your screen." (http://www.newsy.com/videos/google_ad_change_raises_questions/)
What I'm asking is, will this signal Google's entry into pop-up ads, or was that a mistake on Fox's part?
Robert Carl Parisien Natick says: i'm all for more control. There seems to be some issues with the functionlaity
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Please explain why users have to opt out, instead op opting in. Is it only because you are afraid you'll have nu user base left?
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