There's no telling where your data ends up once it hits the web...
I'm sure the subscribers to the magazine mentioned below weren't thinking about privacy when they signed up. If they were, it was probably more with discreet packaging in mind than their personal information sold to a third party.
Simply another cautionary tale on watching what we do with our identities and information. From The Register:
Gay teen mag closure sparks privacy fears
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