My first reaction was shock, then anger. Why did the baby formula company have her due date? I had shared our baby’s due date with only two businesses: my health insurance company and a Web site for expectant and new parents. When I registered to enter the Web site, I specifically requested that it not share my information with third parties.
The story of a mother whose child was stillborn, and her inability to get the marketing to stop, from “A Lost Baby, and the Pain of Endless Reminders in the Mail,” in the New York Times.
So? How does the data leak? Why don’t we have a private right of action against companies that might have leaked it?