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One popular criticism of Facebook and other tech platforms is that they never compensate users for their time, their data, or their contributions

One popular criticism of Facebook and other tech platforms is that they never compensate users for their time, their data, or their contributions. Facebook is one of the richest companies in the world because of the data we hand over to it for free, the argument goes. Why doesn’t it pay up?
Today we learned that Facebook has heard these criticisms — and if you’re aged 13 to 35, it would like to give you a $20 gift card. — https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/30/18202990/facebook-research-gift-cards-onavo-privacy
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