“Data Economy” > https://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21721634-how-it-shaping-up-data-giving-rise-new-economy
-Tech giants and benefited consumers
-Data Economy the future of “But there is cause for concern. Internet companies’ control of data gives them enormous power.”
-Concerns over quantity over quality > similarly I have argued that jam packing sites with information is not advantageous to our health, and that outgroup exterior sites that support ingroup networking are vital to the success of social netowowkring companies. I agree.
-“abundance of data changes the nature of competition.” How companies have benefited from exterior sites and advertising.
>Here is my take on your concerns Economist:
“Surveillance systems” not only cause paranoia, but they are invasive to our sense of feelings of safety and privacy dear Google Earth, when not ready to Mona Lisa quite yet. i.e. be available for Study, what do you think President Trump are our buildings ready for study, perfect yet, my old house is yellow, Fox News, do explain.
Whatsapp, the future of messaging services what does it all mean to us, and the value invested in communications systems, on time, I just developed the letter code addition to EMC2 regarding evolution, of the use of letters to communicate. Value.
“Many think Facebook’s $22bn purchase in 2014 of WhatsApp, a messaging app with fewer than 60 employees, falls into this category of “shoot-out acquisitions” that eliminate potential rivals. By providing barriers to entry and early-warning systems, data can stifle competition.”
The Economist argues that “two ideas stand out”: (1) mergers and the sizes of corporations when determining whether the blend ideas, such as: “data assets when assessing the impact of deals” and (2) “The second principle is to loosen the grip that providers of online services have over data and give more control to those who supply them.” They then bring about the idea of “transparency.” To what extent does transparency play a role in the value increased value of communication sets. For the purposes of, “consumers what information they hold and how much money they make from it” to what extent does mymollydoll.com play a role in improving fundamentals to communications in mass media and marketing, a Smart Circle girl.
The article ends with forewarning tech giants of the importance of privacy and transparency, such that: “It will entail new risks: more data sharing, for instance, could threaten privacy. But if governments don’t want a data economy dominated by a few giants, they will need to act soon.”