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A store that only accepts personal data as currency

by Futures Centre, Sep 13
1 minute read

Inside the store that only accepts personal data as currency

Of course, I had to take a look. Opposite Old Street station, a smattering of Eine fans and curious, spontaneous shoppers waited in line. One by one they filed in and heard the store’s unusual rules: to acquire the mug, you had to hand over three photos, or screenshots of your WhatsApp, SMS and email conversations, to Kaspersky.


  • Topic: Economy & business
  • Other Tags: Retail
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