Corporations are watching you
Data brokers freely collect and resell records with your personal information, spreading intimate details from one person to another. These companies know about you more than your friends, relatives or neighbours do.
Marketers use information about you
Brokers store data about nearly every U.S. consumer. Your purchase behavior, financial habits, personal interests and consumer information is a valuable commodity to marketers. They claim to do this in order to enhance your shopping experience and offer advertising targeted to your interests. As a result, you just spend more and more.
Data brokers can predict your behaviour
The more a company knows about a customer’s interests, the better they can promote specific products to their target audience. To aid with that goal, businesses use both online and offline data about consumers to determine what advertisements to show them online.
Your data might fall into the wrong hands
With all variety of data displayed on a general view there are more chances to become a victim of identity theft than ever before. Social network shares, likes, subscriptions, telephone orders and online transactions, personal addresses, age and zip codes- this is just the tip of the iceberg. It takes seconds for scammers to find personal data about you and your family members.
Unverified publicly available data compromises your reputation
Employers do not have to dig deeper to find out whether you are a trustworthy person or a good employee. All they have to do is to Google your name. Data brokers collect your personal data but don't bother to verify its validity. Any untrue or erroneous information about you could harm your future.
Public records put your kids in danger
There are certain regulations limiting collecting, selling and using private data directed to children under the age of 13. However, sites like whitepages.com confess they may publish information for children unknowingly.
They don’t simply collect and package information about you, they categorize your life and transform your identity into detailed reports.
Name, address, birth date, phone numbers, email address, social security number, driver’s license number
Annual income, credit score, credit card info, ownership of stocks or bonds, recent mortgage borrower, life insurance, loans
Age, height, weight, marital status, country of origin, education level, occupation
Amount spent on goods, buying activity, number of orders, buying channel preference, types of purchases, type of food purchased, type of entertainment purchased
Ailments and prescriptions, allergy sufferer, health insurance plan, weight loss & supplements, disability insurance, purchase history in health topics, smoker in the household
Court and public record data, social media and technology data, general interest data, home and neighborhood data, vehicle data, travel data and other biographical facts
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