CNBCAlmost 90 percent of Americans don't know what 'gig economy' isCNBCAs the new digital economy unfolds, many Americans are steeped in ride-hailing apps, home sharing platforms and crowdfunding sites. Think Uber, Lyft, Airbnb. It's a world of users who are willing to exchange personal data for cheaper, efficient services.Shared, Collaborative and On Demand: The New Digital EconomyPew Research Center's Internet and American Life Projectall 10 news articles » read whole article

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