Tracking consumers' in-store behavior without invading their privacy

07/31/2013 | CIO.com

Retailers can track consumers' shopping behaviors in stores without invading their privacy by using shoppers' Wi-Fi signals, heat maps of their activity and LED lights, and taking advantage of Bluetooth in smartphones to send customers deals and loyalty programs to track their purchases, former IT manager John Brandon writes.

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