From: Andrey Semashev (andysem_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-14 11:49:35
> On Thursday 14 February 2008 00:08:30 David Abrahams wrote:
>> on Mon Feb 11 2008, Stephan Tolksdorf <andorxor-AT-gmx.de> wrote:
>>> It's a privacy issue because, depending on my browser configuration,
>>> someone else might be able to retrace when and for how long I read the
>>> Boost documentation. Obviously that data is not as sensitive as my Google
>>> search history, but still I don't see why I need to leave behind a
>>> digital trail of my activity without a reason.
>> I can't imagine using the web at all while being conscious of the source
>> URL of every embedded image, and I'm not sure it's practical to cater to
>> someone who tries to do it.
> That was one of the points of trying to read the docs offline. Of course if
> you go online you expect some out of control image fetching and tracking
> (which is why I would recommend using "tor" and ad blockers) but when you
> read it offline you don't really expect someone on some server having in
> their logs the pages you read and when.
+1. As a user I'd like offline docs to be really offline.
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