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August 11, 2015

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Marty DellErba

having been victimized by the Anthem data breach this article is very interesting to me. SSN and other private health information was stolen for hundreds of thousands of private citizens. We received many calls from businesses who seemed to know about our private health information. What can companies do to better to protect our private data? How can insurance companies put a price on identity theft? The disruption in our lives certainly had a monetary value of more than $4.00!

Steve Todd

Great comment Marty and it brings up the topic of the economic value of data from a consumer standpoint vs a corporate standpoint. You are making the point that consumer value of data is significantly higher than the corporate value in some cases. The relationship between the two is worth studying.

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