How to protect your personal information? If you use the Internet, your private life is under threat of invasion. Every time you browse the webpage advertising banner, enter your name when accessing the site or fill out a registration form in the program, which works with the Internet, your information can be collected, summarized, and may subsequently be sold to any interested.
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Why and to whom need your personal information? First of all – advertisers. After all, they will find their ideal customers among tens of millions of Internet users. For example, DART is able to identify potential buyers, given the dozens of parameters, including geographic region, language, and field of activities.
By fixing the IP-addresses of individual users, the Double Click software of the DART company delivers targeted advertising to consumers and then presents a comprehensive account of the campaign to monitor its effectiveness.
Naviant – another marketing company operating on the internet, says that it has an even greater range of personal information about consumers.
Internet Advertising Agencies pride themselves that they are able to collect accurate information about us. Advertisers will pay more if they believe in the probability of getting their ads on the screens of potential buyers. This means that advertisers, websites and advertising agencies want to get more information about you: your age, place of residence, consumer habits, marital status, the presence of children, and other information that you may not want to report to outsiders.
Another reason why companies want to know which websites you are visiting and also who you are, explains the almost universal aversion to spam or unauthorized e-mail sending. However, many Internet regulars who hate spam, do not mind receiving promotional material by mail. If a company sees that you are visiting its website, and if they will be able to find your email address, the company will send you to offer by regular mail, which is less likely to go into the basket.
Many of us believe or at least hope that the government will protect consumers from the collection of dossiers on them. However, unlike Western Europe, where it is necessary to obtain explicit consent from individuals before you can transfer the information to others to buy or sell it; in the US few laws limiting work opportunities of the companies to operate with personal information.
And the laws which already exist – for an example, the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) are notorious because of their reasonableness. According to the FCA, anyone who does business with you has the right to contact the credit bureau and request a report on the credit history, which content your credit cards, loans, home address, telephone number, social security, SSN and other information.
Even companies that do not enter into a transaction with you can get part of this information – that is why unsolicited credit card offers overflowing mailboxes of consumers with a good credit history. Are you ready to stop being visible to everyone? Then download Chris’ eBook via the link at the bottom of the page right now. Enough of making the same mistakes that can cost you a lot. It’s time to change. Thank you!
Patriot Privacy Kit by Chris Peterson