http://www.newstin.com/rel/us/en-010-017991468 >Parents who install a leading brand of software to monitor their kids' online activities may be unwittingly allowing the company to read their children's chat messages - and sell the marketing data gathered. . . >EchoMetrix CEO Jeff Greene said the company complies with U.S. privacy laws and does not collect any identifiable information. >"We never know the name of the kid - it's bobby37 on the house computer," Greene said. Or LadyEagle or Revmitchell or billwald? This software lets the company read our email? The software doesn't know if billwald is 7 or 70.