Add a disclaimer clarifying that you are not actually "hacking" the original site when you remix a website using x-ray goggles to this page: https://goggles.webmaker.org/en-US It comes up every so often and it would be helpful to clarify up front.
Do you know who I should assign this to?
Possibly Matt (although if not, hopefully he knows who can best write that copy for the main goggles page) although with that said, this also feels like a teaching moment, because anything that you modify in your browser is "your" data (so to speak) on your computer. Even if the URL bar says "google.com", that's not where you are, you're on your computer, with the webpage that google.com gave you, so in terms of what you're doing, you're definitely hacking up your own copy that you got, and publishing that (whether that's how we want to present it, of course, depends entirely on what's useful to say =)
Assignee: nobody → matt
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
* I'm not actually sure we should do this. But not sure we shouldn't either. Let's punt to [nov14] train.
Whiteboard: [product] [nov14]
* [nov14] is past -- please update to [nov28] train or later
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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