How much is a single item of your private information worth?
I don't know. Nobody knows, not even you.
There is a lot of speculation about assigning value to the big chunks of aggregated private individual data, as reported today by the Huffington Post.
Well, while waiting for them to find out its value, wouldn't it be preferable for you to keep your private data private?
You have a choice today.
The point is that everyone should be aware of this so that they can make an informed decision and decide if what they talk about should or should not be shared with strangers. Remember, once it is out there, it is out there forever.
According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 12, laws of signatory countries should protect the privacy of each individual against arbitrary interference.
It is evident, therefore, that at least the laws in the U.S.A and in South Korea are not protecting this right, and you need to do it yourself. That is what our service is here for.
Unless, of course, you decide to give up your right and decide that what was written by the U.N. just after World War II was a waste of time by some old guys having nothing better to do than to write a Universal Declaration of Human Rights.