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Andrew Yang wants big tech platforms like Facebook and Google to pay its users for collecting, storing and using data. The Data Dividend Project fights to establish “your-data-as-your-property” right. It’s basically like allowing someone to track what you do on the Internet and push ads to you based on it or even sell that data while you get a few bucks in your wallet. This effectively means that if his plans are successful, Facebook will have to pay you when you upload a post.