Can you sell your own personal data?

A profile that provides an overview of your data for potential data purchasers. Also lowlifes and thieves making money from stolen data; if your data is the news source in a digital world, hackers welcome you into the marketplace and follow your every move until finally, the most important information seekers secret expose with my blog.  It isn’t just the ‘con artists’ who are benefiting from your data the next time your information is hacked. You can capitalize too.

There are companies are in the data storage business which are planning a service to allow businesses to approach individuals who want to share their data.  It backs up social media accounts for subscribers, so it’s a logical progression to take that aggregated data and sell it.

Now, the really big question is: can your ISPs see the content of your online interactions? Can it read your emails? Can it read your search results? Can it store and search through the words you typed into a webpage?

And the answer is: yes, sometimes.

Your ISP already knows quite a lot about you: your name and address, quite possibly your age, and a host of other personally identifiable information such as your social security number. That’s on the customer information side. On the service side, they know which websites you visit, when, and how often.

What to do

So, the logical question is: what can you do about it? If the world wants to follow you, hacked you, and use all the information belongs to you as theirs, and the Congress cannot protect your rights since they have no clue really how important is your personal information, cause you are broken from by taking all your privacy rights and cannot ask for justice because you are the first EXAMPLE of these messes… Then it gives me one option I will expose my data myself. Cause my darling “My data broke the Internet”.

This will now allow ME to share MY data with whomever I like, under MY control, and make money out of it, as well as lots of other things.

Author: Burcu Akan – Editor In Chief

SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 Burcu Akan’s data menu:


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