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posted in January 2008
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Is ComScore Trafficking In Spyware?
Commentary  |  1/3/2008  | 
The Internet economy runs on information, and a lot of that information relates to Web traffic. Among other things, it greatly influences decisions on where to spend advertising money. For years, companies like ComScore have been offering detailed statistics about where people are going and what they are buying on the Internet. Have you ever wondered what people are participating in this grand behavioral monitoring effort? Perhaps you or the people in your company are providing that information
Social Security ID Protection: A Bloody Mess
Commentary  |  1/2/2008  | 
A few weeks ago a notebook containing information on 268,000 blood donors was stolen from a Minnesota blood drive. The data included names, addresses, blood types, and Social Security numbers. Police suspect it was a random act, not one committed with the express intent of getting the personal data. Still, it's one just more case of data privacy woe that could be avoided if companies stopped
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