Friday, October 28, 2005

Analytics and Web 2.0

Based on what I have seen the Identity in Web 2.0 is about > It is owned by User instead of corporation > Since it is owned it has to be managed by user which brings up the issue of what if user donot manage it actively > it is distributed by user which means user has to look at all the fine prints on what a company that is going to accept its data will do with it. Well I am not sure how different it is compare to now!! > All the work that the identity does is owned by user. guess it is no different than now unless we can build services which can make this process more secure and thus give the law and user more faith on the identity systems. Then the next step comes in of allowing users to sell its attention/web history to the analytics??

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