Monday, 7 April 2014

Transparency: Stealth Computers and Email Surveillance in Collecting Debate


The British Museum has just visited this blog and posted a comment here, without being picked up by my tracking software. (This makes one wonder what is happening when the same people visit certain pages without using their stealth computers - are they sending the author a "watch-out-we-are-watching-you" message?) This, coupled with reports that some control-freak metal detector forum moderators allegedly conduct surveillance of the private emails of their members, prompts questions about transparency in the artefact collecting world in the UK.

3 comments:

detectorbloke said...

Is the first link in your post the right one? Goes to Andy's blog.

Paul Barford said...

Yep. That's the source of this information.

Andy Baines said...

Im noticing some strange stealth stuff as well. My blog is reporting 260 page views today, yet my Google analytics and also my tracking software is reporting 110 page views. Someone is having a good route around undetected.

 
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