physics - 6:22 pm on Jul 16, 2008 (gmt 0) Some interesting things in the article though, such as Mr. Smith states:
I never felt so sorry for poor little old Microsoft
This was exactly my feeling. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!
the business plan “raises the specter that one company will accumulate vast amounts of personal viewing data.”
Does he not realize that this is pretty much already the case?
This brings up a totally new issue in my mind. Our rights as citizens to things such as free speech, privacy etc. relate only to government, not private interests as far as I understand the law. Has the time come where to have effective free speech these rights need to extend into the corporate realm? A bit OT I admit but... it was in the article :)
Some interesting things in the article though, such as
Mr. Smith states: