Unfortunately, same origin policy does not apply to newly created DOM nodes, that for example link JPEGs of third party domains. Thus, using this media link, a malicious script could pass sensible information to any third party using GET parameters.
A (in a direct fashion).
A could trace which exact advertisement gets displayed.
Suppose this arguments are correct, would
A be able to regenerate sensible privacy information of users?
Uuses Google to search for certain health problems.
- Thus, Google analytics targets user
Uas ill regarding some disease.
Ais an insurance company, which sells health insurance plans.
U surfs on
A could reject health insurance due to the fact,
A scans advertisement presented by Google for
- Does this is pure theory?
- Or may this happen?
- Does is actually happen?