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Re: Agreed
  • 1/31/2014 11:27:56 PM
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I think some of that delay comes from a disconnct with delivering data-based services, such as that being done by local governments. I think once the national government develops a better appreciation of data usage, they'll have a better feel for what gudiance fits for big data.

Re: Privacy, on bother
  • 1/31/2014 8:48:18 AM
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You're such a wise old soul, Michael.

Re: Privacy, on bother
  • 1/31/2014 12:53:05 AM
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At the risk of sounding cynical, Beth, let the teens stampede. I'll be among the oldsters where it's safe -- on Facebook.

Re: Privacy, on bother
  • 1/30/2014 10:32:17 PM
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I wonder if deportation is the solution. Many American teenagers are far more trouble makers than JB. But it doesn't mean that I am condoning his behaviour.

Re: Too much, too many
  • 1/30/2014 10:28:28 PM
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@seth: It is indeed difficult to trust the government on privacy issues after what happened with the NSA. But it is not a bad thing when the government is trying to ease people's mind by promising to take palliative actions. It is a way to say that, the government cares about its citizens.

Re: Too much, too many
  • 1/30/2014 6:51:23 PM
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@ Beth, well I only say that because we already know the affects of Big Data and privacy, especially when it comes to the NSA.  There are many wonderful things about Big Data, but privacy is very much a casualty.  So I do take a second look at a study about privacy, from one of the very sources of privacy violations.  Much like I would from an oil company studying the effects their oil spills.  Rather than being a legitimate study, I feel it is probably more of an attempt to ease the mind of the public. 

Re: Privacy, on bother
  • 1/30/2014 9:00:37 AM
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And risk the teen backlash/stampeded?! We'll have to apply some crowd analytics to make sure the decision is worth the consequences.

Re: Too much, too many
  • 1/30/2014 8:57:55 AM
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@Seth, wow! Your mind works in mysterious ways. That's quite a leap from one statement to the next -- although, yes, you're right, we might be well prepared to take alarm here.

Re: Privacy, on bother
  • 1/29/2014 11:11:43 PM
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I couldn't agree more, Louis. Deportation of JB is immigration reform I believe in.

Re: Too much, too many
  • 1/29/2014 11:10:47 PM
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Where's the 'like' button? But seriously -- if it weren't so sad, and if these advisory committees weren't being funded by my money, it'd be funny.

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