Should Big Tech Own Our Personal Data?

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    Are you getting a fair trade for your data? Demystifying online privacy with Marketplace Tech’s Molly Wood

     
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    Proposed bill would forbid big tech platforms from using dark pattern design
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    Translation: sketchy == scummy. The Web2 paradigm.
     
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    Trust in Tech Giants is Broken
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    California is bringing law and order to big data. It could change the internet in the U.S.
     
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    We Read 150 Privacy Policies. They Were an Incomprehensible Disaster.
     
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    These are the deceptive design tricks and dark patterns that steer your clicks each day
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    Virginia Sen. Warner: Consumers have a right to know what their data is worth
     
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    How much is your data worth?
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    Who is asking?
     
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    Well, the smartphone market is basically a duopoly. So Android and iOS ought to be regulated as utilities.
     
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