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Steve baker: Thanks Michael, will do  Aug. 3, 2010, 9:20pm

Michael Sandora: I just don't see what the WSJ is getting out of doing a report like this when their own privacy policy for their subscribers is a lot more to fear than anonymous data tracking. I wrote a much more lengthy post at my blog, www.indigigestion.com. Take a look if you've got the time.  Aug. 3, 2010, 2:32pm

steve baker: Yes, Jeff, I see now that other parts of the series address some of the issues I was asking about. You're right that I didn't investigate privacy too much in my book. I have another post on it today.  Aug. 2, 2010, 8:59am

Jeff Chester: You should be applauding the new WSJ series, which actually expands on the theme you raise--but didn't really fully investigate--in your book. Anyone closely following the online marketing industry knows how such data is being collected and effectively used to target individuals. This new series promises to help give readers/users the information that, until now, has only been the province of the industry, trade pubs, and the consumer and privacy groups that work to keep online marketers and their data practices accountable.  Aug. 2, 2010, 8:37am