The Guardian: I'd pay more for tech products with greater privacy from surveillance
I thought this was a fantastic article. It skims over the fact that if you aren't paying for a service then you are probably the product being sold. Google, Facebook, and many other companies make billions of dollars off of data about every one of its users. It's wrong to sell our privacy and it's one of the reasons I'm not on Facebook, that I no longer use Google's tools and apps, and why I look everyday for more open source solutions that don't lock me in to their service.