Paying for “FREE” with our data

Reuben Jackson by Matt Asay (ReadWrite)

The minute we opened the doors to advertising to pay for our online world, we didn't merely grudgingly give up our privacy. We sold it. Willingly. And we shouldn't therefore be surprised that governments have eagerly been supping at the honeypots we've eagerly enabled to entrap ourselves.


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