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Facebook’s decision to stop working with third-party data collectors might earn it public-relations points, but it does little to protect your privacy. The social network still has more than enough data on your interests and hobbies to target ads with precision. (JOEL SAGET/AFP/GettyImages)

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Data Dividend Project Pushes Tech Companies To Pay Users For Data

Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang is launching an initiative called the Data Dividend Project. It aims to get tech consumers to pay consumers for their data. The program begins as officials get ready to begin enforcing the California Consumer Privacy Act next week.
Guest: Andrew Yang, Data Dividend Project

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