Tollbooths, ATMs, doctors' offices, online chat:
You leave critical personal data behind wherever you go.
Let's follow one American as he scatters his digital DNA.
By Mary Behr
Posted 06.07.2002 at 11:54 am 0 Comments
First, Meet Mark, a graphic designer in Chicago. Like most of us, Mark knows his boss can read his e-mail, insurers can access his medical data. but he's blind to the bigger truth: personal data is collected, and sometimes shared, at a fantastic rate.
7:20 am: ATM Mark withdraws $100 at his bank's ATM machine.
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