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August 10, 2009


Curtis Gale Weeks

The problem, though is the assumption that greater access to information through things like spime intelligence translates into better analysis.

This is a caution I hold in mind when considering the issue of transparency when proponents of transparency link its existence to Utopia.


See today's NYtimes story on the Harvard professor representing music downloader as a case in point. In the real world, not the infoenthusiast world, information is most definitely NOT free.

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