Tech Execs See Consumers Drawing the Line on Privacy With HealthBy
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Consumers have willingly traded some of their personal details for access to social sites like Google or Facebook, and suffer an occasional ad as a result. But once that sharing gets too personal, as with health-care information, it could prompt people to retreat behind a wall of privacy, according to a panel of technology experts at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
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