Infographic: Personal Data Pricing

Rapleaf is the granddaddy of personal data aggregation. Many privacy advocates cite the company as an example of the technology providers enabling so-called “creepy” behavioral tracking. Rapleaf’s pricing guide below, originally published by Forbes Media on Scribd, might add more fuel to the privacy fires as it underscores just how much tracking vendors have to accomplish to make a buck.

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