If sharing our lives is what we want to do, which clearly is the case, then rise of brokers like Facebook feels as an unavoidable consequence. However that doesn’t mean natural development of a domineering agent should also be welcomed.

If at some point Facebook becomes a conduit for most of our digital lives, what happens if they revoke our account? To whom can we appeal? Who has access to the history of all our actions and what happens to it if we do decide to leave? Is it ever really gone?

Ovo su vrlo validna pitanja koja Marko postavlja, jer mislim da se privatnost na Webu danas vrlo olako shvata. Ista pitanja se mogu usmeriti bilo kojoj instituciji koja suvereno vlada, ili je jedina u niši, ili koja je toliko ispred konkurencije da se ona zanemaruje (khm Google khm). Generalno postoji problem kada ne postoji konkurencija, i zato je avangarda uvek bila bitna, i zato sam uvek na njenoj strani. Postojanje avangarde znači postojanje izbora.

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