Congress rolls back Internet privacy protections

"“Your information is very valuable,” said Scott Shackelford, Chair of the Cyber Security at Indiana University, Bloomington. “A lot of people do not treat it that way. We are very used to these days of giving away our private information without being compensated for it.”

The more of your information that is out there in cyberspace, Shackelford said, the easier it is for you to become a victim of identity theft."