It’s about to get a whole lot harder to sneak a snack. According to WaPo: “Mondelez International, whose properties include Chips Ahoy, Nabisco, Ritz and other high-profile snack brands, says it’s planning to debut a grocery shelf in 2015 that comes equipped with sensors to determine the age and sex of passing customers.” Let me skip a few steps here and just let the folks at the NSA know that I have a slight Nutter Butter problem.

+ Speaking of eating snacks, would it surprise you to learn that pot smokers are skinnier than other people? (Maybe I still have a future as a coach on The Biggest Loser.)

+ Want to outsmart increasingly wired retailers? Here’s a tip: Don’t shop in October.