The chilling reasons the value of your personal data varies wildly, depending on how you lost it.
From MarketWatch: Perhaps this is the most depressing aspect of the recent privacy violations on Facebook. The most important parts of your identity can be sold online for just a few dollars. Consumers have to spend hours of their time — and, sometimes, their own money — when they find out their driver’s license, Facebook “likes,” or Social Security number have been exposed to hackers. But those who sell them are making only petty cash.
That’s according to a new report from the content marketing agency Fractl, which analyzed all the fraud-related listings on three large “dark web” marketplaces — Dream, Point and Wall Street Market — over several days last month.
The “dark web” is part of the internet that people can only access by using special software. To