so google can tell kroger what i have in the frig, where i bought it, when, what price i paid…”?
Larry English

When you use a service like the fridge analogy, you would use a completely integrated service that is bound by security and privacy policies, prohibiting online services from collecting information without authorization.

Sharing information is only handful if you want to help retailers like ‘Kroger’ to learn from your experience and enhance their services or if you need a customized one, a VVIP service maybe :-)

It is also handful if it improves the supply chain from farmers all the way to retail stores and consumers.

However, data collected should not be used to identify an individual, unless you authorize this.

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