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#Cyberculture agenda: “Why You Should Be Getting Paid for Your Data | NYT Opinion

Why You Should Be Getting Paid for Your Data | NYT Opinion

Computer scientist and futurist Jaron Lanier has a plan to fix the internet. This Silicon Valley maverick has a radical vision for how we can all earn money from our data. Every time you click on a website — yes, even that ad right there — a company is keeping a little bit of your information, and someone somewhere is making money off of it. Lanier argues that every bit of data out there belongs to the person who created it, and if anyone should be getting paid for it, it’s you. He has a plan to make this happen….

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