Workshop: Economics of privacy and data labor

Intersectional Social Data by Glen Weyl

[ Abstract ]
Sat 18 Jul 11:30 a.m. PDT — 12:30 p.m. PDT


Data are interpersonal relational rather than atomistically personal or universally objective. Yet the group of people to which a datum pertains is different across all data pertaining to any person, and thus every person sits at the intersection of a diversity of data collectives. A data structure representing this as well as interpersonal relationships of trust has the potential to add a trust layer to internet-type structures, allow the verification at higher levels of trust of a far wider range of data than current data structures and eventually to enable political economies far more sophisticated than even those currently considered innovative (such as current advocated by organizations like RadicalxChange) .

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