I think in many circumstances, this sort of disclosure is covered by a
About as many people read these as read software licenses. A lot of people
who complain about scamware don't notice that the software license often
explains that you agree to have monitoring software installed on your
machine that brings you ads.
Strikes me as roughly analogous to publicly posting the caller ID of
> everyone who calls you.
> It's not a big risk to your visitors. It's not very polite. It's
> probably not very useful.
> Unless you've got a good reason to do it... why bother?
I see an opportunity for websites to offer subscription services that would
suppress such info for a modest fee. Even people who are not inclined to
view naughty info resources could probably be convinced to cough up some
dough -- I can imagine services catering to employers who want an easy way
to monitor who is goofing off on the job without coordinating with network