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Tracking users vs collecting product usage data

Tracking users vs collecting product usage data

Posted Feb 15, 2012 16:53 UTC (Wed) by gerv (subscriber, #3376)
In reply to: Tracking users vs collecting product usage data by deinspanjer
Parent article: Tracking users

"To me, one of the most important parts of the debate currently taking place on the planning forum is whether it is acceptable to collect any data using an opt-out mechanism and rely on privacy policy to restrict how that data can be used."

When you put it that way, I can see that this is an important question - and, as a participant in the discussion, I'm not sure that it's sufficiently come to the surface. Perhaps it would make sense to start a new thread focussing just on that?


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Tracking users vs collecting product usage data

Posted Feb 15, 2012 18:20 UTC (Wed) by deinspanjer (guest, #82864) [Link]

I think that might be a good approach, but the most important answers in the Mozilla side of the discussion wouldn't be coming from the metrics team but rather the privacy team.


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