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  •  Internal call datamining is on the table (4+ / 0-)
    My husband works for Oracle (very large databases on the order of Amazon.com). The memory storage is the stumbling block, but that will be solved. We have got to get them to stop any kind of datamining without a warrent, and we have got to get laws on the books that include protections for consumers.  The reinterpretation and storage of data is a major concern, that must be addressed soon. Of course I should disclose that I'm rabid about privacy, having seen in COINTELPRO that 3rd parties would sell info, sometimes made up, to the government.

    In the words of Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle,"The privacy you are so fond of is mostly an illusion."

    What the president says is executive privilege is nothing but executive poppycock. Senator Sam Ervin

    by sailmaker on Thu May 11, 2006 at 08:18:00 AM PDT

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