Adam Lehman

Lotame Solutions

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Chief Operating Officer of Lotame Solutions, a New York company that packages profiles of Internet users for marketing companies

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Internet spying has become big business, "more pervasive and far more intrusive" than all but a few people know.

Is There Such a Thing as Internet Privacy?

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The Wall Street Journal has now published 13 stories on one of the fastest-growing businesses on the Internet: spying on consumers.  Most users have no idea how much personal…

Is There Such a Thing as Internet Privacy?

The Wall Street Journal has now published 13 stories on one of the fastest-growing businesses on the Internet: spying on consumers.  Most users have no idea how much personal…

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Internet spying has become big business, "more pervasive and far more intrusive" than all but a few people know.

Is There Such a Thing as Internet Privacy?

Internet spying has become big business, "more pervasive and far more intrusive" than all but a few people know.

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