Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Value Unit of a Different Kind

"What minimal value would we want to place on a single authentic personal identity? Perhaps that should be the reference, one unit?"

"Who is counting?"

"We are."

Like many of these discussions, dissonance. Even with all going well, trust on such an intimate level is volatile. Could it explain why the successful global companies vigorously pursuing the treasure that is human identity be treading so carefully?

On some level, one would certainly hope so. Cast as 'privacy invasion' by those fearing loss of an old manipulative order. By design of a selfish few, confusion abounds among constituents.

And those who have an empowering point-of-view see it is well worth the effort to transcend the social reluctance to engage our technology in the machine assisted identity pursuit. 

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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