While Congress passes bills to sell your internet history to the lowest bidder, those bidders have already been mining your data for years, for about $12 a year.
$12. A year.
1.6 billion people have a Facebook page.
Countless more use Google.
But what’s the cost of our internet privacy, and what would it cost for truly “free” internet without the ads?
Comic Adam Conover from “Adam Ruins Everything” explains.
If you’re not paying, you’re not the customer—you’re the product.