Given the amount of personal information out there and the fact that you aggregate it, does the public have reason to fear the misuse of personal data controlled by PallTech or other aggregators?
No, because frankly, we are more accountable than the US government. You can sue us; you can subpoena us. You can hold us to task if we do something improper. Not so the US government.
Can people protect their privacy by creating an anonymous Web presence?
If you think when you do a search on Google that because you're not logged in and your IP address is being assigned from a Verizon pool that you're anonymous, that's ridiculous.
So where are we going?
Privacy is dead. Get over it. You can't put the genie back in the bottle.