Sharing Information: A Day in Your Life

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A regular day. You've taken care of business, used some free services, gotten some good deals and revealed all kinds of information about yourself. So at the end of the day, the question is, Who has your information and where is it going next?

From using a savings card at your local grocery store to exploring a social networking app on your phone, many everyday activities allow businesses access to information about your habits, tastes and activities. But where does that information go and how is it used? Watch the below video offered by the Federal Trade Commission and think about how it relates to an average day in your life.

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