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Is required for correct page display on some sites, xda-developers being a fine example. However, isn't vital and you can block it if you distrust Google that much. My opinion is that it seems pretty harmless, and blocking it is a good idea only if you strive for perfect privacy and block all Google sites.
googletagservices.com enables Google tags to work. A tag is a piece of code that web authors put into web pages so that the site owner can monitor how their content is used, and to better monetize that content (see more at http://techcrunch.com/2012/10/01/google-wants-to-make-your-site-a-little... and http://cutroni.com/blog/2012/10/01/all-about-google-tag-manager/). This probably enables some sort of tracking of user activities.
So, if you disable googletagservices.com this tagging will not work.
30-day safety report for: googletagservices.com
Potentially Active Malware!
During the last 7 days potentially active malware was detected on the main site of this domain. (updated Sep 15, 2015 GMT)
Types of Malware Found 3
NeoSploit Exploit Kit (see below)
Link to Exploit Site (see below)
Compromised Pages 2
NeoSploit Exploit Kit is a Web application that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in ActiveX and Adobe Reader in order to hack computers via malicious scripts planted on compromised websites or malicious files to remotely attack your computer. When surfing to a website with browser exploits, or when opening a malicious file typically received in an email, it may result in unwanted software (see also Trojan Horse) being downloaded to your computer. These type of threats invade a PC with the help of infected links, websites and email attachments among others.
NeoSploit Exploit Kit is currently ranked 917 in the world of online malware.
Link to Exploit Site, as it name suggests, refers to the presence of links to malicious websites inside a legitimate website without the knowledge of the administrator. Once users click on the link, they are redirected to a website with malicious code that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in outdated programs or plugins in your device to download and install malware. Link to Exploit Site is currently ranked 818 in the world of online malware.
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Diagnostic page for googletagservices.com
What happened when Google visited this site?
The last time suspicious content was found on this site was on 2015-05-22.
Malicious software includes 1 virus.
Has this site acted as an intermediary resulting in further distribution of malware?
Over the past 90 days, googletagservices.com appeared to function as an intermediary for the infection of 1 site including animeultima.io.
Yes, "is's [sic] Google tag services!" Which means what? That anything Googlish is good?
Google's "motto" is "Don't be evil." Nonsense - Google gave that up many years ago; not being evil doesn't pay well. But we're supposed to trust them because, after all, they're Google! Hunt around online to learn about this company: learn about Google's surveillance activities; lack of concern for user privacy; buckling under to the Chinese government (for the good of the Chinese population, of course) and much more. Start with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Google and work your way down from there.
google does alot of questionable things when it comes to your data. if your a paranoid type like me that is scared of getting malware or spyware or worried when something goes wrong with you pc. blocking it would be a good idea, but some sites might need it to function like one person mentioned.
It's Google and Google IS evil!!! 'nuff said.
It's painfully obvious that Google has bought off WOT.
Privacy disaster service by Google to track down your own activity. It's better to block 'em by using NoScript or else.
related to this website: http://www.google.com/tagmanager/
It involves tracking, profiling, sharing to undisclosed 3rd parties and co-operation with advertisers (although Doubleclick is nowdays Google's own, isn't it?).
This according to information from Ghostery.
It has no benefit to user, it runs unnecessary scripts (wasting your machine resources) and can't be trusted privacy vise.