- Jul 12, 2015
How can google not know anything about the users?? Google and the deep state are one. It seems bizarre to imagine otherwise.Yep, were were against it as well from the beginning, but due to popular demand we added google analytics to be more transparent what happens on the platform. If you don't like being tracked by google, simple disable it locally (one way would be https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout ). And MyDashWallet is open source and you can run and host it yourself without any google analytics scripts as well.
Just to be clear: google doesn't know anything important about users on MyDashWallet, we don't have user data and like dash it is completely pseudonymous, it just tracks which browser goes to which url and provides us some nice overview data about number of views, page visits, active users, which sites were visited how often, etc.
Personally, I think the default should be no external tracking, and put the onus on the end user to add it to their own installation. Not sure I want to be funding a project that doesn't respect end users privacy.