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Are Product Demographics Pushing the Limits on Privacy?
6/4/2013

IMRSV, formerly SceneTap, tailors ads to people.   (Source: IMRSV)
IMRSV, formerly SceneTap, tailors ads to people.
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tekochip
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Minority Report
tekochip   6/4/2013 5:34:54 PM
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Sounds like the nightmare of "Minority Report" is coming of age.  It's sad, but as engineers we can make our wildest dreams come true as well as our most chilling nightmares.

It makes me want to jump a couch.

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Limits on Privacy
apresher   6/4/2013 12:46:36 PM
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Cabe,  This is an interesting issue that will obviously continue to expand with the use of the Internet, and the ability to collect more information than ever before. Will be interesting to see how much backlash and how strong the reaction develops among consumers over time.

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