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Re: @AC ... Here's the reality... its a scam in favor of Facebook.

Your Google analytics example is good in principle.

Excuse my pedanticness...

You have to remove all google analytics code from your websites, which is usually done by editing the site template and re-publishing it.

Then there is a gap in your web company's web analytics until the legal action with Google is resolved, and with any luck you are allowed to use their analytics again.

This gap is a considerable degradation of the usefulness of the analytics historically and in the future. For example year-on-year comparisons will all be broken.

It is possible to implement a replacement analytics solution from another provider, but this still breaks year-on-year comparisons.

This should not have any impact on a company's google search rankings. If anything they could improve because the page swill load a bit faster.

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