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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

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jlandrith

And, of course, the government intends to purchase private databases of personal information from marketers, subscription based service providers, etc. for inclusion in their Total Information Awareness/REAL ID/National ID master database of everything about everyone (whatever they are calling it this week).

Behavioral advertising data such as you described in your blog entry would likely be culled and sorted for inclusion in such a database.

And, of course, our government would never misuse, abuse or lose any such data…

Viva la jackboots!

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