Anyone know of a good anti tracking cookie program? I found several on google but do they work without hanging up the computer? I have a program that I can manually delete them but it is not proactive. As an observation, the tracking cookie installs decline on yahoo after the market close. The email installs make their email program a joke. Thanks.
The Fantasy Portfolio tracker is more than just annoying. It PROMOTES abuse by allowing shall we say "Botnet Recruiters" to identify Kiddie Gamers who might help their real "investments" out in certain ways.
I don't know if anyonre remembers this, but just before the Great Crash in 2008, the total idiots at CNBC actually ran one of THEIR Fantasy Market contests.
So at the worst possible time, with Little Larry, Little Laffer, and their candidate Little Brain McCain doing all they could to bleep up Market Mechanics, Bubblevision came in with a Contest For Kiddies, encouraging pimple-faced fifteen year olds all over the world to bash stocks all over the world on their interlocking blogs and websites.
In some sense, the gazillions of real assets that went up in smoke during the Great Crash migrated into imaginary assets at World of Warcraft and the other Very Large Multiplayer games - isn't that the term?
No one has done any real academic research on this scenario - but somebody should.