You’re not anonymous. I know your name, email, and company.

“For example, if [a visitor] went to XYZ.com and filled out a web form and then [the visitor] later visited 42floors.com, [42Floors] would be able to identify [the visitor] by name/email as well as company details even though [the visitor] never filled out a web form on [42Floors.com].”

Seriously creepy.. apparently the answer to the author’s question “When a user visits a site without ever having voluntarily supplied information to that site, should the user have an expectation that their identity is private until they chose to reveal it?” is that the developers think not…

Posted 1745 days ago in Geek

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