Ramblings on having privacy in public spaces

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

How corporates can affect privacy

As more activists make claims about privacy issues, we see markets implementing a siege on information collection and storage. Measures will be taken to contain people of privacy protection, anonymity provision, pay for privacy deals.

Service providers will claim that the whole deal of tagging is only to provide a service for the individual, and for no evil motto. Monitoring may also become more invisible to the public eye, to provide increasingly personal experiences to people.

In this scenario what we need to ensure is the fact that we keep the markets in healthy competition, and free from intervention from a government authority, or an event such as a terrorist attack.

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