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June 10, 2008 in Ideas | 1 comment
Or is it vice versa? Dunno. I just think it’s an interesting line.
Chip on June 10, 2008 at 7:50 pm
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Just enlarged bit.ly/pr0btrk with more from/about @shoshanazuboff @mathbabedotorg @ashk4n @JuliaAngwin & @dmarti
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Yo @jason_kint @profcarroll @JuliaAngwin bit.ly/pr0btrk on @Medium is properly imported. Was missing much of its case.
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@agraham999 Bst to know the ads you see aren't based on spying at all. This relieves them of the need to be "relevant," except to the medium
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@NirajDawar My point with bit.ly/pr0btrk is that there are many things individuals can do beyond blocking ads. One in particular.
@NirajDawar Do you assume only companies have agency and individuals remain essentially powerless? Serious question.
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