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[Homework]【整理】2011-08-01 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —1

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The web is about connecting humanity,or the web is humanity-connected.
But the web gift comes out price,we paid in a commodity perhaps more precious than goal,an in* information about ourself.
People have to think about more carefully about information they want to put out and how should be used.
I think people only need to understand what it might mean to post things about yourself on the internet.
You should live you life differently,you should not post a photo,you should probably take a photo,that you don't want to spread in the next several days?
I've spend the last ten years researching and writing about the web virtual revolution,this film is about perhaps the most profound and disturbing shifting values that wrote about what that means to all of us,it's about how the thoughts and designers we express on the web are being traced ,tracked and traded in pursuit of profit.
The product online is not contact,the product online is you.
There is a rescue of warship,and perhaps the war is so great,whatever the rescue is,they try to ** understand it.
This is a story of the individual ,moral and social ** free,and that is the price worth paying.

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This is the story of a silent revolution that affects every person on the planet. It’s about how we become complicit in a deal that’s reshaping our world. Twenty years after its creation, the World Wide Web offers us unprecedented free access to information. The benefit of a freely available source of all over the world’s information that literally touches every human being who can get anywhere near the Internet is phenomenal. Web is about connecting humanity. The web is humanity connected. But the web gift comes in a price. We pay in a commodity perhaps more precise than gold, the intimate information about ourselves. People have to think more carefully about what information they want to put out and how to be used. I think people are really beginning to understand what it might mean to post things about yourself on the internet. You should lead your life differently. You should not post photo. You probably shouldn’t take a photo that you don’t want to spread. I would advice again sex tapes. I’ve spent last ten years researching and writing about the web’s virtual revolution. This film is about perhaps the most profound and disturbing shift in values that brought about what that means for all of us. It’s about how the thoughts and designs we express on the web are being traced, tracked and traded in pursuit of profit. The product online is not the content. The product online is you. There is a risk-reward ratio here and for us the reward is so great that whatever the risk is, we try to contain it and understand it.  This is a story of the individual, moral and social cost of free and whether that is a price worth paying.
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[Homework]【整理】2011-08-01 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —1

This is the story of a silent revolution that affects every person on the planet. It's about how we've become complicit in a deal that's reshaping our world. 20 years after its creation, the world wide web offers us unprecedented free access to information. The benefit of a freely available source of all of those information that literally touches every human being who can get anywhere near internet is phenomenal.
The web is about connecting humanity. The web is humanity connective.
But the web's gift comes at a price. We pay in a commodity perhaps more precious than gold, with intimate information about ourselves.
People have to think more carefully about what information they want to put out and how it should be used.
I think people need to understand what it might mean to post the vital self on the internet.
You should lead your life differently. You should not post a photo. You probably shouldn't even take a photo that you don't want to spread. I would advise against sex tapes.
I've spent the last 10 years researching and writing about the web's virtual revolution. This is film is about perhaps the most profound and disturbing shift in values that is brought about and what that means for all of us. It's about how the thoughts and designers that we expressed on the web are being traced, tracked and traded in pursuit of profit.
The product online is not the content. The product online is you. There is a risk and reward issue. And plus the reward is so great.
Whatever the risk is, we try to contain it and to understand it.
This is the story of the individual, moral and social cost of free on whether that is a price worth paying.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-08-01 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —1

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This is the story of scient revolution that affects every person on the planet. It’s about how we become complicit in a deal that’s reshaping our world. Twenty years after its creation, the worldwide web offers us unprecendented free access to information.
The benefic of freely available source of all of world’s information that literally touches all of human beings who can get anywhere near internet is phenomenal.
What is about conneting humanity, all right? The web is humanity connected.
But the web’s gift comes at a price. We pay in a commody perhaps more precious than gold with intimate information about ourselves.
People have to think more carefully about what information they want put out, and how to be used.
I think that people are only beginning to understand what it might mean to post things about yourself on the internet.
You shold lead your live differently, you should not post a photo, you probably shouldn’t take a photo that you don’t want to spread, I advise agaist sex tapes.
I have spent the last ten years researching and writing about the web’s virtual revolution. This film is about perhaps the most profound and disturbing shift in values that is brought about and what that means for all of us. It’s about the thoughts and desires that we express in the web are being traced, tracked, traded in persuit of product.
The product online is not the content, the product online is you.
There’s a risk reward*. And for us the reward is so great that whatever the risk is. We are trying to contain it and understand it.
It’s the story of the individual, moral, and social cost of free,and that is a price worth paying.
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