Protecting privacy

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Protecting privacy

Consumers are willing to offer up personal information, provided they recognise a specific benefit for that interaction, reports Chuck Miller.

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New technology brings new challenges, especially when it comes to privacy. In the old days, it seemed easier to keep personal financial and identity information secret. If a company had information about its clients, it could be kept locked away in an area guarded by fences and dogs. Few ...

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