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Thursday, September 28, 2000

Me-ouch!
Well I never thought I'd see such a neat little product turn out to be sooo evil: The CueCat (the little barcode scanner that comes with every wired magazine etc that sends you to an advertisers website when you scan an ad's barcode)... well guess what, the CueCat Is on the prowl, "each CueCat comes with an individual I.D. -- a serial number, actually. Scan a code, and the CueCat's I.D. is transmitted and linked with the data that you provide when registering your CueCat via the Web site," and now they are also Going after upcdatabase.com (the website is a public registry of upc codes). Argh! Just think, I wanted one of those guys and all they wanted to do is build up a database on my interests so telemarketers can call me...If they knew anything about me, they certainly wouldn't want telemarketers to call me... (sound of gun being loaded) ;)
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