Would It Be Faster to Let Google Track My Location, or Should I Block the Track?
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
November 5, 2011 12:17pm CST
I would simplify it to 'the more code my machine has to read, the longer it will take.' And I'm guessing that 'blocking the tracker' means 'skipping the code that gives my location,' whereas 'allowing the tracker' means 'submitting that section of the code, letting Google's program use the info (IP-address, mostly) to surmise the location I "must" be in, adjusting the advertising-program to display location-centric ads, etc.' Or will revealing my location to Google's program allow my machine to skip other lengths of code, thus making my location-information a necessary sacrifice for the good of the whole session (like Spock for the good of the whole STAR TREK-universe, like Anakin Skywalker for restoration of balance to the STAR WARS-"Force," like Yeshua bin Yoseph for the validation of human existence).