Cory Doctorow formulates something that I think can go onto every list of principles organisations I work with formulate for smart cities, as well as the many data ethics discussions I sit in on.
Don't track people, help people track the environment to feed their decisions. This flipping of perpective fits with what I posted yesterday about Peter Bihr's approach to sm
@ton That's how GPS works. And there is in principle no reason why we could put identifiers into infrastructure.
But. A large part of the world isn't next to infrastructure. It's not all city. So there are some logistical issues.
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