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begin: Donald Dunn <VNDDUNN@lottery.state.ca.us> quote
it's a great idea; if it hasn't been done yet, it needs to be done. i'm not
sure most companies would put this on their site. i think a more realistic
idea would be to keep a databse of "privacy friendly" commerce sites.
btw, amazon.com is guilty of doing exactly this. at first, their privacy
statement said they wouldn't share their customer database with anyone under
any circumstances. then they added the clause "this policy may change in the
future". at this point, last i checked, you can't even "opt-out" of having
your info shared with them.
when i saw this, i never bought from them again.
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