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RIM's Policy on Google Analytics tracking in PlayBook Apps

Has anyone integrated Google Analytics into their PlayBook apps?

 

http://code.google.com/p/gaforflash/

 

What's RIM's stance on this? Can we track whatever we want, as long as it's not personal/sensitive information? Do we need to include a discaimer somewhere, if tracking is used?

 

Does anyone have any links?

 

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Re: RIM's Policy on Google Analytics tracking in PlayBook Apps

I would always let the user know you are tracking something and allow them to opt-out.  Additionally, this would require the user to have access to the Internet.  You have to weigh if the value of the information is really worth it.

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Re: RIM's Policy on Google Analytics tracking in PlayBook Apps

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I think it's mostly sections and buttons clicks I would be interested in tracking. Would help a lot in identifying problematic UI.....It would be good to know the official word on this.