This blog post is about the illusion of privacy.

You might not know this, but you have no privacy.

If you have a charge card, the card company already knows what you do, where you go, how you spend your money, what your debt is like. If you use a cell phone or a computer, your credit card company already has access to where you go, what you buy, and on and on it goes.

No, you don’t have any privacy my Boston Real Estate Blog readers.

Do you care? Do you want to be surprised to discover that your credit card company is sending you gift certificates for certain products because you’ve been staying at hourly motels. Not that this ever happended to me mind you, but You don’t want to be surprised that a site you’ve never visited seems to know an awful lot about your dating habits.

Why am I bringing this up on your favorite Boston Real Estate Blog site? The reason. I’m testing a new program that will cost me about $3.00 per month. What will this $3,00 provide me? Facinating data about you. I can tell who’s visting my site right now, where your from, what your IP address is, how often you vist my site, where in Massachusetts you reside. Are you sacared? worried?

Don’t worry Boston Real Estate Blog readers, when my trial period is over, so will be my interest in this program. But in the meantime, I want to thank my old girlfriend for visting the Boston Real Estate Blog four times last week.

Don’t worry about privacy? It’s too late to worry about that.

File Under: The Boston Real Estate – CIA Division.

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