Study Finds Online Shoppers Willing to Pay for Privacy

Susan Hall

Countering other research, a study from Carnegie Mellon University found people are willing to pay a bit extra for online privacy, Science Daily reports.


The research found its subjects would buy -- and pay about 60 cents more for each $15 purchase -- from e-tailers with easy-to-understand policies to protect their privacy, ZDNet says.

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