Study Reveals How Much Americans Would Charge For Using Their Personal Data

Asked what they'd charge companies for use of their personal data, American consumers express a wide range of dollar value -- from a median of about $50 for things like their name, address, email, shopping or employment history to $1,000 or more for more sensitive information such as their passport …

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