“What’s the TRUSTe seal of approval really worth? The Good Housekeeping of Internet Privacy sidestepped RealNetworks’ recent data-collecting fiasco, according to Salon.com. Rather than revoking its endorsement of Real, the non-profit group said the privacy violation was one related to software, the RealJukebox player, and not the Web. To make things better, TRUSTe said it will begin to monitor software that collects personally identifiable data.”