In an op-ed, Salinger Technology and Privacy Specialist Samantha Floreani explains the detrimental effect of pay-for-privacy models. Floreani writes putting a price tag on privacy stands to negatively impact underprivileged and marginalized groups that may not be able to afford such protections. "Putting a price on privacy stands to transform it into a luxury that only those with money can enjoy," Floreani writes. "The onus of respecting privacy should be on companies and organisations, not hand-balled over to individuals who may or may not be able to afford it."
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