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Getting Nothing for Something (06 Aug 2004)
Last year, I happened upon a calculator which showed you the dollar amount your information might be worth. Your age would be worth some amount but not as much as finding out your income and address, which in turn would be less valuable than your drivers license number. All very interesting but fairly subjective. If someone asked me, "how old are you?" my response would probably not be, "I'll tell you for five bucks."
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