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dcalifa
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beygale.co.il

Post by dcalifa » Thu May 12, 2011 10:41 pm

Site URL: http://beygale.co.il
Scorecard: [url=http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/beygale.co.il t=_self]View scorecard[/url]

Introduction:
Hi all

Please evaluate beygale.co.il for me.

Beygale is a culinary blog/magazine with no commercial aspect. It's a pure content site. We don't install any cookies and don't collect any data about our users.

I hope that the fact that Beygale is in Hebrew won't make it difficult to evaluate it.

It has no privacy policy because it's a blog and no blog in this country has one.

Thanks

David

Has privacy policy?
Owner said No

Has a way for users to contact site owners?
Owner said Yes

Whois Information:
http://whois.domaintools.com/beygale.co.il

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Guest

RE: beygale.co.il

Post by Guest » Thu May 12, 2011 11:47 pm

Nope no cookies, Just seven (7) web bugs / trackers.

alphacentauri
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RE: beygale.co.il

Post by alphacentauri » Fri May 13, 2011 10:14 pm

More information about web bugs here:
http://www.mywot.com/wiki/Web_Bug

You need a privacy policy that references the privacy policies of all the sources of those trackers, whether anyone else's blog has one or not. Your blog isn't solely under your control.

c۞g
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RE: beygale.co.il

Post by c۞g » Sat May 14, 2011 4:26 am

We don't install any cookies...
Yes, you do:
 
[img]http://imageshack.us/m/808/5898/beygalecoil.png[/img]


It has no privacy policy because it's a blog and no blog in this country has one.
[url=https://www.privacyinternational.org/article/phr2006-state-israel t=_self]PHR2006 - State of Israel[/url]
In June 2007, the Privacy Law was amended to include the following provision: "A person's consent for invasion of privacy must be 'conscious.'
Concious can only be made when the user is informed to be informed you need a privacy policy. Why? Because your site, through Facebook, Google [Analytics], and advertisers tracks your site visitors. You need a privacy policy; commercial or personal blog, it doesn't matter...

Guest

RE: beygale.co.il

Post by Guest » Mon May 16, 2011 12:11 am

<quote user="g7w">
We don't install any cookies...
Yes, you do:
[/quote]

Had me bewildered never missed cookies before.
So double checked the settings of firebug with the new FF.
Nope no issue.
Still no cookies.
Ok made sure that Ii was not blocking by using the feature in Ghostery, nope no issue and still no cookies.

Yet Ghostrry is blocking the web bugs, though it does list them. Ok allow web bug and behold now Firebug sees the cookies.
Guess firebug or Ghostery has a bug.

Well anyhow knowing you found some got me looking and a simple thanks is in order, as I am too now in working order.

cluid=176992146816637445; path=/; domain=in.getclicky.com
__qca=P0-1789749421-1305504183848; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
__utmz=224560009.1305504184.1.1.utmcsr=mywot.com|utmccn=(referral)|utmcmd=referral|utmcct=/en/forum/11894-beygale-co-il; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
__utma=224560009.1794432097.1305504184.1305504184.1305504184.1; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
__utmc=224560009; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
__utmb=224560009.2.10.1305504184; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
_jsuid=176992146816637445; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
mc=4dd069bc-a1ff0-069ab-7e3c5; path=/; domain=.quantserve.com
pfuid=ClIoJE3QacOmkRddBEcJAg==; path=/; domain=.opt.fimserve.com
is_returning=1; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il


Guest

RE: beygale.co.il

Post by Guest » Mon May 16, 2011 4:59 am

<quote user="scientific frontline">
Had me bewildered never missed cookies before.
So double checked the settings of firebug with the new FF.
Nope no issue.
Still no cookies.
Ok made sure that Ii was not blocking by using the feature in Ghostery, nope no issue and still no cookies.

Yet Ghostrry is blocking the web bugs, though it does list them. Ok allow web bug and behold now Firebug sees the cookies.
Guess firebug or Ghostery has a bug.

Well anyhow knowing you found some got me looking and a simple thanks is in order, as I am too now in working order.

cluid=176992146816637445; path=/; domain=in.getclicky.com
__qca=P0-1789749421-1305504183848; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
__utmz=224560009.1305504184.1.1.utmcsr=mywot.com|utmccn=(referral)|utmcmd=referral|utmcct=/en/forum/11894-beygale-co-il; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
__utma=224560009.1794432097.1305504184.1305504184.1305504184.1; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
__utmc=224560009; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
__utmb=224560009.2.10.1305504184; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
_jsuid=176992146816637445; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
mc=4dd069bc-a1ff0-069ab-7e3c5; path=/; domain=.quantserve.com
pfuid=ClIoJE3QacOmkRddBEcJAg==; path=/; domain=.opt.fimserve.com
is_returning=1; path=/; domain=.beygale.co.il
[/quote]

Not suggesting Chrome is any better than FF, but seeing all this made me try Chrome just to see how it did on cookie detection.

Interesting results.

Now there is a Ghostery version for Chrome, and I have it installed and active. There is NOT a Firebug version for Chrome (though there is a "Firebug Light", which I assume is a scaled down version of the full featured Firebug for FF, though I don't have it and have not tried it.)

There are two cookie detector extensions I have in Chrome, in addition to Ghostery for web bugs.

One is called "Chromkie" and the other is called "Edit This Cookie".

Chromkie reported "No cookies found" while "Edit This Cookie" reported the ones you've shown here.


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