I mentioned yesterday that pr0nography seekers (and payers) could soon be dealing with a heck of a lot more solicitation, being that their purchasing habits could be public information (much to their chagrin).
As it turns out, this could be all wrong.
Brian McWilliams notes that the 17 million records (still floating around, mind you) may not be from iBill. It might instead be coming from gray market data brokers, which in turn are cutting deals with ecommerce sites (possibly) and internet marketing firms (probably) to get the information in the first place.
For those who use their credit cards to buy online pr0nography, you may be safe after all (although it might still be wise to get out a little more).