JJ Luna

RE: Sebastion, Google Analytics

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Yes Sebastion, welcome to the 21st century! My husband and I own our own business and we use google analytics on our website and google does not show us ANY ip addresses, so the closest we could come to identifying anyone is a city. We do not use google analytics to spy on any of our website visitors, instead it is very helpful in letting us see if our hard earned advertising dollars are working and the pages our visitors are looking at. I think that alot of the readers on this website just don't get it that anything you do electronically is tracked - there is no way around it - period. You should watch NOVA's spy factory.

I'm not saying you should give away your identity, but all this speculation about blocking ip addresses and dns etc. is futile.

Your best bet, set up ghost addresses, bank accounts, utilities, etc. and relax!

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