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Technology represents both unlimited promise and menace. Which transpires depends on whether people can claim ownership over their knowledge or whether human informational capital continues to suffer the Tragedy of the Commons. In order to solve the competing claims of privacy and transparency must be reconciled. The best way to achieve this is to treat knowledge as proper Technology represents both unlimited promise and menace. Which transpires depends on whether people can claim ownership over their knowledge or whether human informational capital continues to suffer the Tragedy of the Commons. In order to solve the competing claims of privacy and transparency must be reconciled. The best way to achieve this is to treat knowledge as property. This is what Open Curtains is designed to achieve. See Bill Gates' letter on technology governance.


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Technology represents both unlimited promise and menace. Which transpires depends on whether people can claim ownership over their knowledge or whether human informational capital continues to suffer the Tragedy of the Commons. In order to solve the competing claims of privacy and transparency must be reconciled. The best way to achieve this is to treat knowledge as proper Technology represents both unlimited promise and menace. Which transpires depends on whether people can claim ownership over their knowledge or whether human informational capital continues to suffer the Tragedy of the Commons. In order to solve the competing claims of privacy and transparency must be reconciled. The best way to achieve this is to treat knowledge as property. This is what Open Curtains is designed to achieve. See Bill Gates' letter on technology governance.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Ron Tarro

    A next generation architecture for the information economy This short work describes an architecture for our next generation information economy. It describes how control of your information and privacy is returned to control by the individual where today it’s valued by the aggregators who hold an asymmetrical information economic advantage over you and I.

  2. 4 out of 5

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