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On Letter: Game is rigged

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Daniel Dicks 1 year, 9 months ago

I am not answering your question to read the page. We are done here. Thinking about the KC Star. It is a better newspaper anyway.

Brock Masters 1 year, 9 months ago

I've not been asked to answer any questions.

Leslie Swearingen 1 year, 9 months ago

Me neither. I guess we are just not special.

gr 1 year, 9 months ago

I noticed there are lots of 3rd party embedded requests to google type services. Think the questions are just another profiling spying aspect? In fact, many websites use embedded requests to google. Then there's google mail, google fiber. The cute little eyeballs in the name have become very annoying. The problem with a company having all this spied on information is that then the government sees it as a "resource".

http://www.google.com/transparencyreport/userdatarequests/US/

gr 1 year, 9 months ago

I noticed there are lots of 3rd party embedded requests to google type services. Think the questions are just another profiling spying aspect? In fact, many websites use embedded requests to google. Then there's google mail, google fiber. The cute little eyeballs in the name have become very annoying. The problem with a company having all this spied on information is that then the government sees it as a "resource".

(for some reason it won't let me post the comment as written -- hmmm) google dot com /transparencyreport/userdatarequests/US/

christy kennedy 1 year, 9 months ago

I read the letter on the Green edition and would not have read it if I had to answer a stupid advertizing question. Really, LJW, do you need to add your own stumbling blocks to the actual reading of newspapers?

As for the letter: It is a well written and accurate assessment of much of what is (has been allowed to go) wrong in this country for a while now.

Leslie Swearingen 1 year, 9 months ago

Come on now people! It is not a major hardship to click onto two buttons to answer two questions. I do not have any problems with it, and I consider our hometown online paper to be a very good one.

There are times when I think that only the naysayers post on her, and those who are positive and optimistic keep their opinions to themselves.

It is a bit of a stretch from fireworks in Lawrence to DC, Wall Street, Iraq, etc.

David Klamet 1 year, 9 months ago

I understand the World Co. needs revenue to operate. However enough information is collected about us now. Originally my stubbornness caused me to click the "answer another question" until I was able to see the article. When it took more than a hundred tries to get to the article, my curiousity was satisfied and only determination kept me going to the 150+ it took to see the article.

Don't know whether I will finally succumb and answer them or not, but I'm sure my activity on World Co. sites will be drastically be curtailed.

Tony Kisner 1 year, 9 months ago

Ray, to sum up. To Hell in a hand basket!

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