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Protecting Your Data

In our October feature story, “How to Keep Your Data to Yourself,” security expert Max Eddy laid out guidelines on how to stem the flood of your private information to corporations. Here are a couple of reader reactions.

What you need to realize is that the world has changed, and whether you give your information to Peter or Paul, you are still sharing your information. This is the information-sharing generation. At this stage of the game, all of us have already, at one time or another, shared more of our personal information than

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