The Journal tested an additional 20 sites that deal with sensitive information, including sites dealing with personal relationships, medical information and children. Nine of these sent potentially identifying information elsewhere.
Sometimes the information was encoded and sent in a special transmission to another company. Other times, though, people's names were simply included in the title or address of the Web page.
The third party shuffle around anonymizing info.
WSJ has a real story here.....naming and exposing the practice?--
Paradigm Shift beta test pilot. "Dying to defend one's small piece of suburb...Give me something global...STAT!