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For those that are very careful about their online security and privacy, eBay's personal information requirements can seem extreme, particularly when their user agreement suggests that they might actually put this information to use, rather than just storing it for record-keeping.

But what sorts of use are we talking about? Are there good, practical ways that eBay plans to use this information? Sure. The choice is yours in the end, but if you want to trade on eBay, you'll have to keep them in the loop.

See Also:

     • Signs Your eBay Account Has Been Stolen
     • Identifying Phishes and Spoofs
     • Identity Theft, Passwords, and Safety
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