I’m not sure what the fuss is all about.
You are more than welcome to track my searches, read my emails and monitor my phone calls. If it means advertisers are willing to pay more money, good on you!
Ultimately the power lies with me; I search for what I need, I email who I need to contact, and call who I need to speak to.
As long as you don’t tell my Mum about the amazing birthday present I’m planning for her, we’re cool.
If a useful advert for Topman discount pops up, thanks! If a advert offering viagra pops up, I’ll ignore it, I might not even notice it.
Ultimately, the power lies with me. I can turn my computer off, get a new phone, even start using Yahoo.
Three months ago I began living in a rural village in Kenya, without running water or power, let alone internet access. You had no affect on my life. This is why I don’t see what all the fuss is about.
KTS does not like the new UKaid logo.
The Sun states, “the new one was done at ZERO cost on a ministry computer.” Well, at least we have an explanation for this atrocity.
On the other hand, KTS does like the new DFID logo.