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ABANDONED WordPress ReCaptcha Integration You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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ABANDONED WordPress ReCaptcha Integration
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ABANDONED reCaptcha for login, signup, comment forms, Ninja Forms and woocommerce. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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ABANDONED reCaptcha for login, signup, comment forms, Ninja Forms and woocommerce.
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Short description.

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Thanks for reading that far. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Thanks for reading that far.
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Like hydrogen bombs personality profiles generated from behavioural data should not exists in the first place. The least I can do as a developer, is to not help collecting it. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Like hydrogen bombs personality profiles generated from behavioural data should not exists in the first place. The least I can do as a developer, is to not help collecting it.
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As long as you only see some tailor-made ads, you may think this is not be a big problem. In risk assessment it may become one. In politics it definetly is. In 2020 we see personality profiles being used in dubious political campaigns, asymmetric warfare and as a suppression technique in numerous dictatorships. Your benevolent despot from the future knows what comes next... You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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As long as you only see some tailor-made ads, you may think this is not be a big problem. In risk assessment it may become one. In politics it definetly is. In 2020 we see personality profiles being used in dubious political campaigns, asymmetric warfare and as a suppression technique in numerous dictatorships. Your benevolent despot from the future knows what comes next...
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<strong>The long answer:</strong> Googles (and others) business model is to record as much as possible of your behaviour and to turn it into a model of your future behaviour in order to sell it to who ever is willing to pay for it. every little bit you do on the internet is a small stroke in the big picture which is showing you – your fears and desires, your likes and dislikes, your days and nights – you name it. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>The long answer:</strong> Googles (and others) business model is to record as much as possible of your behaviour and to turn it into a model of your future behaviour in order to sell it to who ever is willing to pay for it. every little bit you do on the internet is a small stroke in the big picture which is showing you – your fears and desires, your likes and dislikes, your days and nights – you name it.
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<strong>The short answer:</strong> Privacy concerns. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>The short answer:</strong> Privacy concerns.
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Why did you abandon the plugin? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Why did you abandon the plugin?
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As th edevelpoment of plugin has stopped quite some time ago, you really should not install it. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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As th edevelpoment of plugin has stopped quite some time ago, you really should not install it.
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<strong>This plugin is no longer maintained.</strong> It will likely vanish from the WordPress plugin repository by September 2020. Thanks to everyone who contributed or used it. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>This plugin is no longer maintained.</strong> It will likely vanish from the WordPress plugin repository by September 2020. Thanks to everyone who contributed or used it.
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The Features were: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The Features were:
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If only the comment form is affected, it is very likely that your Theme does not use the comment_form_defaults filter. (That‘s where I add the captcha HTML, to make it appear right before the submit button.) You will have to use another hook, e.g. <code>comment_form_after_fields</code>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If only the comment form is affected, it is very likely that your Theme does not use the comment_form_defaults filter. (That‘s where I add the captcha HTML, to make it appear right before the submit button.) You will have to use another hook, e.g. <code>comment_form_after_fields</code>.
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cformsII You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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On the plugin settings page check out if the option “Disable for known users” is activated (it is by default). Then log out (or open your page in a private browser window) and try again. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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On the plugin settings page check out if the option “Disable for known users” is activated (it is by default). Then log out (or open your page in a private browser window) and try again.
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But everything related to the displaying of the captcha widget like the challenge image, the JavaScripts and so on is loaded directly from Google and is very likely to be logged, evaluated and stored forever. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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But everything related to the displaying of the captcha widget like the challenge image, the JavaScripts and so on is loaded directly from Google and is very likely to be logged, evaluated and stored forever.
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