Big Tech is watching you.
In fact, companies such as Google have more than 2,000 pieces of data on you.
Each time you search for something, Google learns a bit more about you.
Big Tech then uses that data — our privacy — and sells it to make money.
And your cut is ZERO.
Jane Hoffman, author of Your Data, Their Billions: Unraveling and Simplifying Big Tech, and I discussed: How much privacy do we really have?
I didn’t agree with everything she said (you’ll quickly hear why). But the questions she brings up are spot on.
Click here or on the image below to listen to our insights now!
Did you like what you heard? What stood out to you? How do you feel about Big Tech selling our data?
Let me know what you think by writing in at RealTalk@BanyanHill.com.
Founder, Real Talk