BRINKWIRE - Mar 25 - A recent report from content marketing agency Fractl has found out just how much users data is worth on the dark web. The price of user privacy has been cast into the spotlight in the wake of Facebook's massive data scandal, which led to 50M users' data being harvested without their knowledge. Facebook logins are sold for $5.20 each. Obtaining someone's Facebook credentials can serve as a gateway into hundreds of other apps they've also granted access. By comparison, the most expensive logins are for PayPal, which can demand up to $247. Login to Match.com or POF costs $9.
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