Infomediary



noun

any company or Web site that gathers information from various sources, esp. about goods for potential customers; also, a company that gathers information about consumers and markets it to other companies while preserving consumer privacy
Examples

Infomediaries broker data to customers.
Word Origin

information + intermediary

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