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  • Data Does Good donates people’s info to charities
  • Data Does Good donates people’s info to charities
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Data Does Good donates people’s info to charities

Data Does Good is taking an often overlooked asset – people’s Amazon shopping history – and using it for public gain. By donating the profits made off the data to charity, the company turns the internet’s eerie way of spying on e-purchases into a means of social good.

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