In defense of privacy

Weinstein, Steve
May 1999
Progressive Grocer;May99, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p121
Trade Publication
Discusses the protection of customer privacy in the United States retail trade. Guidelines issued by the Food Marketing Institute; Significance of privacy issue; Awareness of customers about their privacy; Concerns regarding on-line marketing privacy.


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