You can see a snippet of this ad on the right hand side of this page, which shows a screen shot of a website that lists the results of a survey that asks people how they feel about their search engine ads.
On the screen, you can see the “show” button that says “Do you like your ads?”.
That’s all it says.
There’s no click on that.
But that’s exactly what Google and Facebook do with this “experiment” in the ad network’s results.
The idea is that, by showing a user an ad with a lower ranking than it would otherwise, advertisers can make that user feel like their search results are less relevant to them.
But it’s not clear if this is what Google or Facebook are trying to do, or if the companies are actually trying to help users with their search queries.
And the result is that people are feeling the effects of ads that are no longer relevant to their interests.
“They are making the search engine industry worse,” said Nick Sosnowski, a researcher at the University of New South Wales who specializes in online advertising and ad networks.
“We are in the age of personalized advertising.”
What’s more, it’s clear that the Google and Yahoo ad networks that Google is using have no intention of stopping advertisers from tracking users online.
They’re using the same tactic as the ad companies.
And they’ve been doing it for years.
“When you have ads that you know are being tracked, it really creates a problem because you have the illusion of the network working,” Sosngowski said.
“It is quite an insidious tactic to use.”
This is the problem with tracking in general, Sosnick said.
It’s very difficult to get around, because it’s so pervasive.
There are many different types of tracking that advertisers use to target their ads, and many of them have different rules that they adhere to.
But there’s a common thread: You can’t do it without giving up something.
It could be your privacy, your credit card, your medical history, or anything else that might be sensitive.
“You cannot have an opt-out,” Ssnykowski said.
You can only do it if you have enough control over the data being collected, so you’re not using it to target you.
But the biggest problem is that you don’t have control.
The ad networks aren’t able to stop all of these tracking.
And because they have no way of stopping them, they can track people who don’t even know they’re being tracked.
“Advertisers are very good at finding ways to monetize this,” Sysnowski said, “but they are also very bad at making sure that people aren’t getting caught in the trap.”
You can try to stop it from happening.
The best way to stop a tracking strategy is to not allow it to happen in the first place.
And even then, there’s nothing you can do.
The only way to actually stop the tracking of your search is to be the one who chooses not to have it happen to you.
You have a choice.
“There is a very powerful incentive to make sure you don the ad,” Snykowski told me.
You could always say “no” to the ad if you really want to.
If you don, you could be subject to the same restrictions that you would if you were to make a purchase from an online store.
The “no opt-in” policy, for instance, would mean that any website you visit that doesn’t offer opt-ins, like Google, will automatically include an ad that is displayed for your entire browsing history.
That means that any searches that you make with Google, including those on Facebook and YouTube, will be tracked.
And it means that, if you opt out, your search history will be shared with ad networks and the sites that you’ve already visited.
You will also have to sign up for a service like Google+ that will share your browsing history with advertisers, even if you don´t want to be tracked by them.
That way, the ads you visit and the websites you visit will still be tracked, even after you decide not to opt in.
You might not be aware of the potential for these tracking tactics, but they’re just one of many ways advertisers can use your data to target your interests.
It doesn’t have to be like that, however.
You already have the option to block tracking on a website, Sysnsowski said: You could say “I am not interested in being tracked,” or you could choose to turn off the “AdBlock” app on your phone.
If a company is tracking you online, you should be able to block it from your device.
It would be hard for anyone to argue that you can’t opt out of being tracked online, and you don`t have to agree to