Spokeo is spooky

I’ve run into Spokeo not long ago.
It is amazing.
Think about the information you get from facebook news feed, now multiple by 30 for it sources (see list below) and by X for your contacts.

And Spokeo manage to do that without overwhelming you with data.
The moment Spokeo turns spooky is the the minute you think about people viewing you with Spokeo.

I know Spokeo access only public accounts, and I know that you could aggregate all this data in other ways, and I do think there is no more privacy (or that privacy is the new currency), but the ease & volume…

Spokeo makes me think that there is a Giant Global Graph

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