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Is it data mining or marketing espionage?


When, if ever, is gathering personal information with the intent on marketing in such a way as to sway public opinion, too much?

 

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    Graham Gifford (alifeofdesign) 4 years ago

    Thank you for your thoughts, Tricia1000.

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    Graham Gifford (alifeofdesign) 4 years ago

    Thank you, kgMacke. I was referring more to the covert methods of finding out what cereal you eat, what movies you go to, etc, in order to understand your hot-topic buttons....this goes well beyond a Google search. Again, thank you for your thoughts.