It's pretty sad since some time ago I really hoped that Adsense will be actually useful by showing me ads for things that I would be interested in, both bringing revenue to the advertiser and making me a happy buyer.
I don't get it. If they still have the data, why is it so hard for them to write up a script to fix the mistake?
Because they insist that it wasn't a mistake and, generally, they wanted people's profiles clean. Now if this is true or not remains to be seen: they could be covering up their asses by saying it was intentional, because a company that accidentally kills or blocks your data would receive event less trust than a company that does it intentionally. So practically by this announcement they could be choosing the lesser of the two evils.
A U.S. official overseeing a probe of former Bush aide Karl Rove yesterday refused to give federal investigators copies of "personal files" he deleted from his office computer, after it was discovered he hired a private computer-help company to erase all the hard drives belonging to him and two deputies. Special Counsel Scott J. Bloch hired a firm to perform a D
Ya'll hear about the geometer who went to the beach to catch some rays and became a tangent ?