Applications Want to be Free: Privacy Against Information
AbstractIt may not pay for consumers to understand the costs and benefits of reduced information use. Michael Hammock (Middle Tenn. State Univ.) & Paul Rubin (Emory Univ.)
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Competition Policy International in its journal CPI Journal CPI(7)1.
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- Michael R. Hammock & Paul Rubin, 2011. "Applications Want to Be Free: Privacy against Information," Emory Economics 1103, Department of Economics, Emory University (Atlanta).
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