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The Monetary Value Of Your Personal Data: Privacy In The Digital Era

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New York University Press
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In her new book, The Identity Trade: Selling Privacy and Reputation OnlineUNH assistant professor Nora Draper explores how notions of privacy have changed in the digital era, and how our personal information and online behavior can be used as a currency. We discuss how much control we have over our personal information online, and how a consumer privacy industry has grown in the social media age. 

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  • Nora Draper - Assistant professor of communication at UNH. She is a member of the Prevention Innovations Research Center at UNH. 

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