yes, aggregate data is useful for analysis in many ways, that’s clear without the need to get as excited as the article’s authors seem to be. but Quantified Us just sounds so wrong, treating the individual as a data-cow for the Greater Data. No thanks. First help me understand and analyse my own data so I can benefit from it, then talk about sharing….
Contact us – Simply Secure Contact us To join the conversation about usable security, follow us on Twitter (@simplysecureorg) or join us on Slack (email firstname.lastname@example.org Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here. […]
Why David Cameron’s plan to ban Whatsapp is ludicrous | Dazed “Privacy isn’t about having something to hide, but rather, about intimacy. There are many moments in our lives that we necessarily wish to [...] […]
We’re more than mere consumers, and business should remember that | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian Unsurprisingly and as Doc Searls and Cluetrain gang have been saying for years: “…an overwhelming majority had a [...] […]
‘The Cloud’ and Other Dangerous Metaphors – The Atlantic A nice philosophical discourse about data – doesn’t fix it but draws attention to the right things, the personal and human nature of data, the [...] […]