Kashmir Hill writes:
One of the big issues at the heart of the privacy debate is data aggregation and how companies profit from it. In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, fifth grader Jenna elegantly described what bothered her about advertisers tracking her online activity, “I don’t like everyone knowing what I’m doing and stuff.”
Well, what if you knew exactly what “everyone” knew about you because you had a file of your information and you chose what data you wanted to sell?
Read more on Forbes.