Google offering to pay web users to track their every move

February 14, 2012

Less than a month after announcing a controversial new privacy policy that shares user data across all its sites with no opt-out option, Google is introducing a system to monitor all online activity of those who participate in a program called Screenwise.

In exchange for unrestricted access to information on your every online move, the search and software giant is offering financial compensation.

Do you want to sell your privacy?

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