Privacy experts estimate that your personal privacy -- your online activities that companies such as Google are collecting and offering to marketers and advertisers -- could be worth up to $5,000 per individual per year. Under Google's new privacy policy, this information could be worth a lot more than that. 

Under the current social contract that Google has with its users, you are voluntarily trading that value for the use of a free service. 

What do you think ? . . .

Does Google have the right to sell your private information? Should companies like Google and Facebook be paying users for their data?