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Opinion: We Should Demand More for Our Data

ONLINE PRIVACY—U.S.

November 8, 2013

An opinion piece in the Brattleboro Reformer questions why Formula One’s Max Mosley fought to have compromising images of him removed from Google’s Internet search results, when in the end the publicity only brought more attention to the images. In Slate, Josh Klein writes that as personal data has become monetized and used in exchange for a positive user experience, “it puts us in a position to name a price for it,” and we should demand more than “almost nothing.”
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