So... I'm setting up a friend's new computer. I'm a Comcast customer, he is a Comcast customer, Comcast for the moment at least still offers Norton Security Suite which he is slightly familiar with, so I decide to install that on his new machine and check it out. As it is more convenient for me, I'm setting up his PC at *my* house. So I downloaded NSS via *my* connection. I should have realized the possibility sooner, but it wasn't until I saw a message in the Comcast forum that I realized that I just created a NSS installation on *his* computer that is tied to *my* Comcast account. To make matters worse, I quickly uninstalled/reinstalled NSS on his previous computer just a few months ago and there again downloaded NSS from *my* house and thus *my* Comcast account. So for several months some?... all?... of the information that Symantec collected was probably in some way linkable to *my* Comcast account and thus *me*. This guy is a good guy, so thankfully I don't have to worry about illegal, etc habits being potentially linked to me (and vice versa). However, he is a) struggling financially to b) cope with a significant health problem and thus I'm sure he has spent plenty of time browsing the web for information related to such matters. I'm only part of the way into the NSS eval, but I did see a GUID getting passed to Symantec during various lookup operations. As a result of my innocent mistake, are there now records out there which if not checked carefully could be incorrectly interpreted to mean that *I* have financial problems and/or a significant health problem? Has he, in some database somewhere, been labeled a "privacy extremist" because I have very pro-privacy views?