It can seem like you need to be some sort of modern day super-hero to protect your credit cards, bank accounts and online information these days. Come to think of it – what would you pay to be completely unhackable?
Ever posted something on Facebook or Twitter and later wished you could take it back? We took to the streets to find out how much people would pay to permanently delete an Internet mistake.
Is free and private an oxymoron in today's tech world? Christine Romans talks to Rod Beckstrom about how companies like Google are using your personal information to tailor ads. Sounds surprising, but should we expect this from a service we don't pay for?