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Who Owns Your Other Data?

The more disturbing question that citizens should ask is who owns our medical data, retail transaction history, banking and credit information, and public government records. In all cases the answer is—not us. As health insurance, government, and financial institutions use the Internet and electronic documents, rather than private networks and paper, our most personal information can be divulged to parties not known to us. There are no standards, state or national, that are in place, and the Internet is only accelerating the risk.

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