Thousands of Americans take advantage of grocery store discount programs by signing up for electronically-readable “courtesy” cards. But privacy experts say such programs are creating huge, unregulated, and potentially vulnerable databases on private citizens’ lives. A panel talks about technological advances in marketing, and the privacy issues they raise.


  • Martha Rogers Peppers and Rogers Group
  • Robert Gellman Privacy and information policy consultant
  • Michael Sansolo Vice president of education for the Food Marketing Institute


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