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Big data is big money.
And pretty everything you do online these days is tracked, catalogued and sold by big corporations looking to make a buck on your information.
Case in point: PayPal.
On Sunday the company, which prides itself on giving people a secure way to buy things online, sent all its customers an email pointing out its new privacy policies.
Wolf Richter over at Naked Capitalism has done us a favor and read through all these policies and found that PayPal sends tons of your personal information — including financial data, web preferences, and your physical location — to a bunch of places you probably wouldn’t want it to go.
The places PayPal sends your personal information to include:
- eBay and…
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