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Google Values Your Privacy at $.0543 Per Day

by Greg Bernhardt
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Not surprising. Google is obsessed with private information. That's how they improve their marketing algorithms to get you buy "stuff". Google values your privacy at 5 cents per day. I suspect people may value their privacy 10-12 dollars per day, maybe higher depending on job, income...
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Let's take a poll...what's your privacy worth? I think I'd sell my info for $2/day.

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Google Values Your Privacy at $.0543 Per Day

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Let's take a poll...what's your privacy worth? I think I'd sell my info for $2/day.
It depends on the content of your information. Google doesn't care about harmless information. Google wants to know where you live, your web history, your consumer habits, and so on.
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It depends on the content of your information. Google doesn't care about harmless information. Google wants to know where you live, your web history, your consumer habits, and so on.
So what is that worth to you? Note they already track all this now for free. I would allow it for $2 a day as well.


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