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That absolutely will not look at your data under any circumstance, even if you specifically ask them to.

Multiple times I was trying to troubleshoot an issue and asked them to "just log into the database" and they said they have very strict policies against that.

There is no way they have any of Target's data.

Customer service not doing it in front of a customer is a lot different than Amazon not doing it at all.

Doesn't Reddit have a policy against secretly editing user's posts? Didn't precisely that happen during the election by an admin?

This is naive - they don't need to look at your data to draw inferences from it, they can just monitor and analyze network traffic.

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