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New Pollution

I spoke last month at the Swissnex office in San Francisco (Swissnex is kind of the Swiss embassy for technology issues), at an event entitled "Data is (sic) the New Oil." The focus of the event was the tension between privacy and "publicy" (Stowe Boyd's term for the intentional revelation of aspects of one's life, the opposite of privacy). A video of the entire event is now online, and below you'll find the 15 minutes or so of my talk.

Jamais Cascio on Polluting the Data Stream from Jamais Cascio on Vimeo.

This talk covers what I wrote about in "Opaque Projections," but this is a moving image, with sound.

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