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Target has you in it fight.
It's tracking your most sensitive private information if you use a target coupons are -- credit card if you do anything if you open a target email and bring them into the store.
The we'll try and track who you are what you thought in the past in the future -- one of the reasons is because they wanna know things like.
Who's pregnant that's right target wants to lock you in as a lifetime customer during major life moments when you're shopping habits change when you get -- reader gets worse -- you -- new house are moving to a new apartment.
All your shopping habits are for grabs and it's not just target almost every major retailer buys information from large data warehouses to track you.
There whether to use your credit -- or sign up for magazine subscription there's someone collecting that and using that information to.
Package of portrait of who you are and sell it to companies like target target says quote.
We use research tools that help us understand -- shopping trends and preferences so that we can get our guests offers and promotions that are relevant to them.
-- are always welcome to opt out of our marketing program.
That's easy to do but.
Most people don't realize how much they're being tracked and the truth of the matter is that the target has a point when they say look we're -- people coupons are looking as if you're pregnant getting -- coupon for a -- is really useful but the thing is that there's a trade -- between privacy inconvenience when you use your credit -- you pre -- that allows -- store or any company to track what you're buying it at the same time it's a lot more convenient to use a credit -- and use cash but using cash is the best way to avoid being tracked by big business in New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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