New research puts your online privacy preferences to the test

When it comes to privacy, you’ve probably heard some say they “don’t care about privacy if there’s nothing to hide.” Typically, someone who says this is not taking into account that you may have strong beliefs on the very premise of whether someone should have access to your private information. This personal belief is called the “intrinsic” point of view.

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