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Sep 5, 2013
@rxantos

So, you have proof or is this YET ANOTHER unsubstantiated claim by conspiracy theorists who use no science or logic and have the end result they want in mind, bending the logic to fit their idea?
 
 
Sep 5, 2013
The irony, of course, is that we do it ourselves (with rare exceptions). Posting pictures of yourself drunk or naked is a poor career move (again, with rare exceptions) yet people do it all the time. We use GPS devices so we could be tracked at any time. We freely post pictures and stories that should be kept private. It isn't Big Brother. It is our own choice. As Pogo said long ago, 'We have met the enemy and he is us.' It would be foolish to suppose that companies won't use any information they can find so easily.
 
 
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Sep 5, 2013
@jaxid
They already do. What do you think Google is all about?

You see Google maps, the version everyone uses is the light version. There is a version that gives the address and record of every person at every address. And thats the version they sell to companies. I cannot even imagine the version they keep for themselves.
 
 
Sep 5, 2013
Is quite simple: don´t live a double life. Don´t do anything you will be ashamed to recount later.
 
 
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Sep 5, 2013
I could change my name, via deed poll, to Barack Obama. Could give me that instant set of previous qualifications and employment.
 
 
 
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