I think I understood what happens. In the blacklist plugin of zeitgeist,
everytime a URL is being logged, we need to check if it is a symlink. If
it is a symlink, then try to resolve it. Now check if the resolved URI
is blacklisted. If yes, drop the current event

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  Excluded directory shown in recent files when accessed

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Bug description:
  With the "Privacy" tool, I set /home/user/Private to be excluded. I
  browsed to the folder in Nautilus, then opened files inside the
  folder. FIles inside the folder are not logged, but the folder itself
  is. Thus "Private" shows up in my recent files, negating the point of
  excluding it.

  Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit.

  user@office:~$ dpkg -l | grep zeitgeist
  ii  libzeitgeist-1.0-1                     0.3.18-1ubuntu1                    
     library to access Zeitgeist - shared library
  ii  python-zeitgeist                       0.9.0-1ubuntu1                     
     event logging framework - Python bindings
  ii  rhythmbox-plugin-zeitgeist             2.96-0ubuntu4.2                    
     zeitgeist plugin for rhythmbox music player
  ii  zeitgeist                              0.9.0-1ubuntu1                     
     event logging framework
  ii  zeitgeist-core                         0.9.0-1ubuntu1                     
     event logging framework - engine
  ii  zeitgeist-datahub                      0.8.2-1ubuntu2                     
     event logging framework - passive logging daemon

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