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February 14, 2008 in Ideas, News | 1 comment
Yes we can.
No you can’t.
Stephen Lewis on February 14, 2008 at 9:33 pm
Don’t let Searls.Com do the fething; let Gmail do the forwarding. I automatically forward mail in my Gmail subsidiary accounts to my main Gmail account and mail in my main Gmail account to a Yahoo account as back-up. It works like a charm, quickly and reliably
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@dmarti @jason_kint Can we make #TrackingProtection as popular as VCRs, or ad blocking? Love to see it happen, but how?
About 3 hours ago from Doc Searls's Twitter via Twitter Web Client
@dmarti @JackMarshall @iab @DCNorg @jason_kint Got that. But suggesting no tracking to hi-value publishers all but got me boo'd off stage.
@dpentecost Yeah. That's all I could see while Trump spoke. Scary shit.
@jason_kint Serious question: will, or can, agencies and publishers imagine living without 3rd party tracking of people? Or tracking at all?
@JackMarshall @WSJ @jason_kint As usual, industry framing. People won't take their doors off. See j.mp/stopads in @techreview.
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