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The New York Times
In our data-saturated economy, privacy is becoming a luxury
good. After all, as the saying goes, if you aren’t paying for the product,
you are the product. And currently, we aren’t paying for very much of our
technology. …. The more we learn about how our data is being harnessed
—and how it may be exploited in the future—the more likely we are to
re-evaluate the true cost of these supposedly free services. And some of
us will start trying to buy our way out of the trade-your-data-for-services
—JULIA ANGWIN, “Has Privacy Become a Luxury Good?”
The New York Times, March 3, 2014
Consumers are becoming more aware of the tradeoff they’re making: their data in
exchange for free tech tools and services. As more people question the cost of such
an exchange and rethink their relationship with those that hold their data, privacy
will come to be seen as a luxury good.

Publié dans : Technologie, Business