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The advertisements by great companies just dont serve its purpose and spares your privacy

Ads, Ads and more Ads. Everywhere( Mobile, tablets). Many companies generate revenues. Your data is not stolen. It forces you to accept the agreement. You never know what information you are sending. Your data is converted into Ads for businesses and money for advertisers. They read all your emails, chats but at the end of the day, the advertisements they send you is just junk.

Showing just junk ads earn them billions from millions of user's data. We should find some way to push those companies to do meaningful work or stop doing useless things by torturing the source( we the users and our data)

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    Lejan .

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    Oct 8 2013: There are great tools available to block and stop those ads and data-collectors from polluting and spying on your electrical devices. And as more people are using them, as less data will feed the system.
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    Oct 9 2013: In my opinion, you can successfully address that problem, if you want. Not very comfortable, sure, but it is possible to do it. The comfortable is 'accept' everything and try to go unnoticed in the mass of many users. To close one's eyes and wait.
    However, it is possible to control to a large extent this problem, although individually and never fully.
  • Oct 9 2013: Is this really that big a problem.
  • Oct 9 2013: I've a question: inasmuch as Users Consume data and Create Data, and inasmuch as there exist patterns of behavior embedded within that data* that the user may be Unaware of, and inasmuch as Users could process THEIR data as well as aggregate with the data of other users through third-party apps to yield perhaps meaningful summaries of their data Consumption & Creation, WHY has this path of 'Using Data as a means of furthering Self Awareness" Not been taken as of yet? (Pardon my run-on) Surely there is power in understanding our own behavior and habitual patterns. As to the advertisers, who gives two bits about them, truly? At best, they serve as a reminder of the illusion of material attachment and suffering. Savy? :-)