As the technology crowd gathers this week in San Diego for the Food Marketing Institute's Marketechnics 2002 show, it's time to reflect on what some are citing as a growing concern -- privacy. The issue has been documented in news reports involving how some shoppers are offended by technological advances they claim strip them of personal liberties. There is a growing sentiment among some supermarket shoppers in Dallas that loyalty card programs invade their privacy. This developed after ...
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