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Abstract

WHO OWNS AND CONTROLS PERSONAL INFORMATION IN NATIONAL DATA NETWORKS? WHY NOT LET INDIVIDUALS OWN THE INFORMATION ABOUT THEMSELVES AND DECIDE HOW THE INFORMATION IS USED? A REGULAT- ED NATIONAL INFORMATION MARKET COULD ALLOW PERSONAL INFOR- MATION TO BE BOUGHT AND SOLD, CONFERRING ON THE SELLER THE RIGHT TO DETERMINE HOW MUCH INFORMATION IS DIVULGED.

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