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Retailers are always trying to understand more about their customers. But how far is too far when it comes to learning about your shopping habits?
You may unknowingly be at risk of prying eyes reading your email and gathering personal data on you. But there are ways to reduce your risk right now. Here's your to-do list.
Those data breaches you read about can give identity thieves all the information needed to establish service with your name on it. It's one more reason to check your credit report.
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