RealBrother is Watching,4586,2385034,00.html?chkpt=zdhpnews01

watching what music you listen to, what you record, etc.

From an actual catalog: “Disco balls create an enchanting, dazzling effect of light shafts, adding movement and glamour to any occasion”
the Abrams’ bris was certainly memorable
O p a l C a t

Makes me wonder how many other companies are pulling shit like this.

You say “cheesy” like that’s a BAD thing.

I’ve read about this sort of thing before and it’s f****** outrageous. I can’t believe it remains legal.

Hmmm. Mixed feelings here.

On one hand, it is an odious invasion of privacy. It wouldn’t have been so bad if they had told someone.

OTOH, what if it encourages record companies to put out interesting music instead of the crap that gets spoon-fed to the masses by popular radio? If what I listen to is all they’re interested in, hell, that’s fine.

God is my co-pilot. Blame Him.

Oddly enough, the only thing I’ve used RealPlayer for this year is to watch these:
What do you think they’re going to learn from that? LOL

Shine on, you crazy diamond!

Shit! Sorry for screwing up the formatting!

yawn old news. They brought out a patch to stop the tracking on the program.

Anyways, there’s not much for Real to track anyways. Most sites use Media Player or Quicktime now.

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