I don’t want to alarm you, but a reader just sent me evidence showing that a large and secretive organization is tracking some surprising information about us. No, not the National Security Agency. We’re talking about a really secretive organization: Proctor & Gamble.
The sender hits the nail on the head:
“My privacy is worth more than a $3 discount on hair color, but most people wouldn’t even know they were selling themselves out if they just clipped the coupon with an uncritical eye,”
The government knows you called your mother last week; P&G knows your curtains don’t match your carpet . What creeps you out more?