The benefit to customers is the opportunity to earn up to $50 a year in store credits that can be used to buy shampoo, toothpaste or other products. The benefit to CVS is persuading pharmacy customers, through questionable means, to give up federal privacy safeguards for their medical information and permitting the company to share people's drug purchases with others. It's very troubling," said Paul Stephens, director of policy and advocacy for the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse in San Diego. "Your medical information is very sensitive," he said. "Pharmaceutical companies obviously would want to know what you're taking and get you to buy more expensive medicines." to read more click here: latimes.com
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