The call for data ownership needs to consider what are the appropriate public uses of private data, writes Jasdeep Johl.

“This isn’t a problem that can be solved by technology or the rhetoric of ‘algorithmic governance’. Instead, it requires addressing fundamental rights that precede capitalist exchanges. […] the problem won’t be solved by new tech, but by better articulation of what rights individuals have to assert: what information is collected about them, how it’s used, with whom it’s shared, and for what purposes.”

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This is one of the most insightful, straight-to-the-point short articles about Web3 and decentralization I’ve ever read if I may say so.

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