How much is your privacy and the information you publish on social media like Facebook? We already know that at Zuckerberg there is nothing, and yours is worth over $ 20 million but, What if they wanted to pay you for everything you publish?
From contact profiles with someone who doesn't know much details, from where she lives, who is her family, where she works and where she lives. Sometimes you just need to search for that person on Google to know almost everything about them. That is why social networking is free, because it benefits more from our privacy than we were able to pay to use.
How much should Facebook pay us to use our data?
The answer to this question is, according to Reuters, a study by Education Policy Technology (TPI) that has been able to measure the amount of privacy and data of users of social networking sites such as Facebook.
The study revealed that The Germans are users who value their privacy very much and they would like the social networks to pay about $ 8 a month to share their data with third parties. On the contrary, the American people value their privacy greatly and for $ 3 and a half they can sell their soul to the devil.
In summary, a survey of people living in the United States, Germany, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and Argentina concludes that, on average, professional platforms will have to pay an average user $ 8.44 per month to share information about their information Bank balance, $ 7.56 with information related to your fingerprints, just $ 6 for sharing the notes you write on your profile and $ 5.80 for knowing your bank movements. Almost nothing
Best of all, they will – we will always agree to share our location. for only $ 1.82 per month
That is, consumers provide more value to personal data related to financial information