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Might the age of asymmetric information — for better or worse — be over? Market institutions are rapidly evolving to a situation where very often the buyer and the seller have roughly equal knowledge. These developments will have implications for how markets work, how much consumers benefit, and also economic policy and the law. As we will see, there may be some problematic sides to these new arrangements, specifically when it comes to privacy. In the core version of this model, sellers have better information than buyers: sellers know the value of their car but buyers know only the value of used cars on average. But if buyers are only willing to pay for average quality, why would anyone want to sell a car that is of above average quality, a plum? When the plums exit the market, the average value of the used cars for sale falls even further and buyers are willing to pay even less.