The privacy paradox

""Some of these companies have so much power that we don't have much choice but to use their services — and we can't use these services without giving something up," said Jennifer King, director of privacy at Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society.

  • "Sure, there are alternatives to Google for search, but there aren't many," said King. "And if you are part of Google's infrastructure, good luck unwinding all the data they have about you.""