Ben Edelman, an assistant professor at the Harvard Business School and noted anti-spyware researcher, is on Sears' privacy case again.This time, Edelman, tells you how to find another person's purchase history via Sears' "Manage My Home" site.
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Ben Edelman, an assistant professor at the Harvard Business School and noted anti-spyware researcher, says Sears and Kmart customers are giving up too much private data when they join a marketing program called "My SHC Community."Edelman walks through the installation of the ComScore software that powers Sears Holdings Community (SHC) and then argues that Sears falls short of Federal Trade Commission privacy standards.
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