Jigsaw's Data Mining Sparks Privacy Debate

A San Francisco data-mining business called Jigsaw Data is paying people to hand over the details of their Rolodexes, and then makes that information available on the Web to its customers. But the practice treads on what many consider basic business etiquette.

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