In just one week, the two most prestigious newspapers in the United States have published indictments of data gathering at the very peaks of the retail and Internet worlds.

First was Charles Duhigg's New York Times byline about Target, "How Companies Learn Your Secrets," all about the retailer's alleged marketing efforts and analytic targeting of customers who are expecting babies.

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