When others know you better than you know yourself, I call that power.

CBC asks:

How much data privacy can you expect to have?

I’d like to see a shift to a debate which treats as the relevant question: How much information asymmetry can you expect not to have?

Or alternatively: How much machine-readable/queryable/”mineable” data can a consumer or end-user expect to be on the receiving end of? In the case of a $ell phone, this might mean access to raw dumps of one’s own GPS logs, call logs, raw network traffic feeds up & down, etc. Analogously, raw feeds for “smart” meters from Big Utility, etc.

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