Autodesk’s Customer Involvement Program

I came to know about Autodesk’s Customer Involvement Program from Ralph Grabowki’s post. A lot is going to be said about this.

However, I have a small suggestion. The “Changes to this Statement” section reads as follows:

“Autodesk may occasionally update this privacy statement. When we do, the “last updated” date at the top of the privacy statement will be updated. Please check the site periodically and review this statement to stay informed about how Autodesk is protecting the information we collect.”

“Check the site periodically”. Periodically as in monthly, weekly or daily? Wouldn’t it be better to have AutoCAD itself prompt a user participating in this program of a change in the statement, when it happens. Something along the lines of the notorious “RealDWG” message box. Sorry, I just had to say it.

  • ralph

    The future of the Web is “data collection,” something that Google is already doing.

    I always wondered what would follow the Information Age, and now I know: the Metainformation Age.

    Instead of selling and buying information, we will be be selling and buying information about information.

  • ralph

    The future of the Web is “data collection,” something that Google is already doing.I always wondered what would follow the Information Age, and now I know: the Metainformation Age.Instead of selling and buying information, we will be be selling and buying information about information.

  • Melanie (Stone) Perry

    I’d rather have an in-autocad update of changes, too. (of course, I can already hear some people whining about turning off an annoying popup and then whining again later because they didn’t receive notice of any changes ;-p)

  • Melanie (Stone) Perry

    I’d rather have an in-autocad update of changes, too. (of course, I can already hear some people whining about turning off an annoying popup and then whining again later because they didn’t receive notice of any changes ;-p)