Abstract

An item of your personal information is inversely private if some party has access to it but you do not. Inverse privacy is ubiquitous. Each interaction you have with commercial and other institutions generates inversely private data. The inverse privacy problem is unjustified inaccessibility of your inversely private data to you. Elsewhere a subset of these authors determined that the problem has a market-based solution that provides consumers with large amounts of their personal data to be mined and processed to benefit them. Here we sketch a particular solution.