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Welcome to Second Life Answers, LeDeath

What you're talking about is often called a visitor tracker, and no they're not deemed to be an invasion of privacy.

Guardians of sims/stores will often make a note of who comes and goes, they can use the information to work out who is a regular visitor, for instance, or know if people visit just the one time. It can be useful to know who visits.

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Welcome to Second Life Answers, LeDeath

What you're talking about is often called a visitor tracker, and no they're not deemed to be an invasion of privacy.

Guardians of sims/stores will often make a note of who comes and goes, they can use the information to work out who is a regular visitor, for instance, or know if people visit just the one time. It can be useful to know who visits.

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Some sim owners do this for security to protect their sim and tenants.   If the sim or someone is struck by a griefer they have a list of people that were there and so they can ban the offender and file an abuse report.  Other than that they probably don't even look at the informatoin collected or even care who comes and goes as long as their tenants aren't complaining.

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