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According to CTV, a woman in Ontario bought what she thought was a new iPad Air at Target on Black Friday. Turns out that it was used and it still had the previous owner's info in it including, "Hundreds of pictures of friends and family. Her complete schedule that was on the calendar there. There was three pages of apps that she had obviously added." Also 207 of the woman's contacts. Add that to the list of Black Friday horror stories. [CTV]