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### How Silicon Valley Puts the ‘Con’ in Consent
[New York Times:How Silicon Valley Puts the ‘Con’ in Consent by Editorial Board](
> “Data is powerful and can inform on us in unexpected ways. Companies learn all about you, but also all about your friends who haven’t signed up for these services. Consumers’ confusion about this gives rise to conspiracy theories that phone microphones are secretly snooping on users. According to academics who have done the research, that’s probably just paranoia. The likely truth is that all the other data you give away is enough to predict what you have said and will say in conversations.”
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