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17.06.2013

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Should the Government Pay for Information It Collects About Its Citizens? MP3

What is the real price of the benefits we reap from interacting with free or convenient online networks? How can we make that system more transparent? Economics correspondent Paul Solman talks to Jaron Lanier, whose new book, "Who Owns the Future?", argues that digital networks are destroying jobs and exacerbating inequality. Source: pbs.org

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