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Whether you realize it or not, politicians, businesses and other organizations are very interested in what you think, and they are willing to go to great lengths to find out information about you that will help them craft their television ads to your personal preferences. A new form of marketing known as “addressable advertising” is sweeping the country because it gives marketers the ability to target specific individuals based on their demographics, activities and interests – so if you think no one is watching you, think again.
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