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虚拟革命 免费的代价  | The Virtual Revolution


    一个沉默的故事,一场无声的革命。影响了地球上的每个人。网络发明后,20多年过去了。我们一起探讨网络带来的深远影响——无论好坏,数字革命是如何改变了人类的生活呢?记者兼大学教师Aleks Krotoski博士走访全球,研究网络改变一切的意义,包括我们如何学习、购物、投票、交友等等。目前全球有四分之一的人上网,一起探讨当世界剩下的四分之三的人将要上网时,我们的网络又为他们准备了什么呢?互联网是免费的,但是有代价的!本期节目就google为例,为你揭示天下没有免费的午餐。而类似亚马逊网站的推荐引擎,可以建立用户数据库,那么,个人隐私是否受侵害呢?

  

   20多年前,英国人蒂姆·博纳斯李发明了互联网。“只是因为我自己需要”他对BBC说。从那时起世界不再是以前的世界。这20年在世界历史上转瞬即逝,但全球互联网却在这20年间高速发展。网络改变了全世界的社会组织形式。社会上越来越多的部门,以爆炸性的速度并通过各种形式与网络联系在一起。

 

In the third programme of the series, Aleks gives the lowdown on how, for better and for worse, commerce has colonised the web - and reveals how web users are paying for what appear to be 'free' sites and services in hidden ways. Joined by some of the most influential business leaders of today's web, including Jeff Bezos (CEO of Amazon), Eric Schmidt (CEO of Google), Chad Hurley (CEO of YouTube), Bill Gates, Martha Lane Fox and Reed Hastings (CEO of Netflix), Aleks traces how business, with varying degrees of success, has attempted to make money on the web. She tells the inside story of the gold rush years of the dotcom bubble and reveals how retailers such as Amazon learned the lessons. She also charts how, out of the ashes, Google forged the business model that has come to dominate today's web, offering a plethora of highly attractive, overtly free web services, including search, maps and video, that are in fact funded through a sophisticated and highly lucrative advertising system which trades on what we users look for. Aleks explores how web advertising is evolving further to become more targeted and relevant to individual consumers. Recommendation engines, pioneered by retailers such as Amazon, are also breaking down the barriers between commerce and consumer by marketing future purchases to us based on our previous choices. On the surface, the web appears to have brought about a revolution in convenience. But, as companies start to build up databases on our online habits and preferences, Aleks questions what this may mean for our notions of privacy and personal space in the 21st century.

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This is West Point. For over 200 years, the academy here has trained United State's Army's elite military leaders. This is where MacArthur, Eisenhower and Schwarzkopf all learned the art of war. In the 21st century, cadets are being trained not just in battle field tactics and grand strategy, but in how to deal with a threat much closer to home.

The Web is now part of their curriculum.

You've all heard of Trojans. It basically puts your computer under the control of someone else.

Lt Col Greg Contiwants his cadets to understand how the Web makes both governments and the people who use it exceptionally vulnerable.

The Web is one of most popular technologies in history of mankind. Every day a new company comes online offering new products, new services. And the tools are very compelling and they’re very powerful, but what we're doing is really disclosing an unprecedented amount of information about ourselves to third parties, and that makes me very, very concerned. Digital information's slippery and once it's out there, it moves and you can't put the genie back into the bottle once it's out there.

Are we being naive about the amount of information we are putting online?

We all want something for nothing. So every website we go to, every shiny new tool or service that is out there on the web, many people flock to it and we need to consider as we are using those tools what are we giving away in return for this free product or service. What are the risks involved, both on the what we are giving away and the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or bought by another company? So we might like their mascot now and we trust them, we like the colors of their logo, but they might not be the same company tomorrow.

Twenty years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that is only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web use remains overwhelmingly free. We read news for free, do searches for free, and we connect with friends and family for free. Or so we think. Few of us realize just how we are paying.

How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary? How much would it cost them to find that your religious, political or sexual preferences? Or, where your children go to school? More than money can buy? But we give away exactly this kind of information routinely every day and we are doing it on an enormous scale.

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[Homework]2011-08-03 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —2

This is West Point .For 200 years ,the academy here has trained United States Army's elite military leaders.This is where Carther ,Ensenholwer and Shirtcarl all learned the art of war.In the 21st century,Kudats are being training not just in battlefield tactics and grand strategy but in how to deal with the threat much closer to home.The web is now part of their curriculum.

You all heard the t*.It basically puts your computer under the control of someone else.

Lieutenant Colonel Grar County wants his kudats to understand  how the web makes both governments and people who use it exceptionally vulnerable.

The web is the most popular technologies in the history of mankind.Everyday ,in new company comes online often new products ,new service and the tools are very compelling and very powerful.But what we are doing is really disclosing non-pressing information about ourselves to third parties .And that makes me very very concerned.Digital information slipery and once it's out there moves.You can't put the g* back into the bottle once it's out there.

Are we being naive about the amount of information that we put online?

We all want something for nothing .So every website we go to ,every shinning new tool service that's out there on the web.Many peopel flock to it .We need to consider as we are using these tools ,what are we giving away and return for this free product and service that we are getting ,what are the risks involved.What we are giving away and the fact the service may disappear tomorrow or maybe blocked by another company .So we might like their moscot now and we trust and we like the colors of their logo.But they might not be the same company tomorrow.

20 years on from its invention ,the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web use of remains overwhelingly free.We read news for free ,we do searches for free abd we connect with friends or families for free.Also we think ,few of us realize just how we are paying .How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary?How much it will cost them find you are religious political or sexual preferences?Or where do your children go to school?More than money can buy?But we give away exactly this kind of information routinely everyday and we are doing it on an enormous scale.

  

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This is West Point, for over 200 years, the academy here has trained United States army's elite military leaders. This is where MacArthur, Eisenhower and S all learned the art of war.

In the 21st century, cadets are being trained not just in battlefield tactics and grand strategy, but in how to deal with a threat much closer to home.
The web is now part of their curriculum.

You've all heard of Trojans. It basically puts your computer under the control of someone else.

Lieutenant Colonel Greg Conti wanted his cadets to understand how the web makes both governments and people who use it exceptionally vulnerable.

The web is one of the most popular technologies in history of mankind. Everyday, a new company comes online offering new products, new services and the tools are very compelling and powerful. But what we're doing is really disclosing an unprecedented amount of information about ourselves to third parties, and that makes me very very concerned. Digital information's slippery and once it's out there, it moves, and you can't put the genie back into the bottle once it's out there.

Are we being naive about the amount of information that we were putting online.

We all want something for nothing. So, every website we go to, every shiny new tool or service, that's out there on the web. Many people flock to it and we need to consider as we are using these tools what we are giving away in return for this free product or service and looking at what are the risks involved both on the what we are giving away and the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or may be blocked by another company, so we might like their mascot now and we trust them and we like the colors of their logo but they might not be the same company tomorrow.

Twenty years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web use remains overwhelmingly free. We read news for free, we do searches for free and we connect with friends and family for free. Or so we think few of us realize just how we are paying. How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary? How much would it cost them to find out your religious, political or sexual preferences? Or where your children go to school? More than money can buy, but we give away exactly this kind of information routinely every day and we are doing it on an enormous scale.
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[Homework]2011-08-03 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —2

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This is West Point. For over 200 years, the academy here has trained US army's elite military leaders.This is Warm Karther, ArthHawl and Shewaskaw, all learnt the art of war.
In the 21st century, ? has been trained not just in battlefield tactics and grand strategy, but how to deal the threat much closer to home.The Web is now part of their curriculum.   ?   it basically put your computer under control of someone else. Lieutenant Carnel Great County want Cat understand how the Web make both the government and people who use it exceptionally vunerable.
The Webs are the most popular technology in the history of mankind. Every day new company comes online with new products and new service, and the tools are very compelling and very powerful. What we do really disclosing and non-pressing matter information about ourselves is third parties and that makes me very concerned. Digital information is slippery. Once it is out here, it moves, you can't put the ? back to the bottle once it is out there.

Have you been naive about the amount of information that were put on line? We all want something for nothing. So every web site we go to , every shining tool service that's out there on the web. Many people flock to it and we need to consider as we are using this tools what we are giving away and return for this product and service we are getting,what are the risks involved, both ? what we are giving away and the fact that this service may disappear tomorrow or may be blocked by another company, so we like their mascot now, and we trust them and we like the colors of their logo, but they might not be the same company tomorrow.

20 years on from its invention, the Web confronts us with a huge dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent. All every-day web use remain overwhelmingly free, we read news for free, we do research for free and we can contact friends and family for free. Also we think few of us realize justhow we are paying.
How much would you charge to let stranger  read you personal diary? How much would it cause them to point out your religious, political or sexual preferences or where your children go to school. More than money can buy, but we give away exactly this kind information routinely every day we are doing it on an enormous scale?

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[Homework]2011-08-03 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —2

This is the West Point,for over two hundred years,the academy here has trained the United States army elite military leaders.This is ** all learned the art of war.In the 21th century,** has been trained not just in battlefield tactics and grand strategy but in how to deal with the threat much closer to home.The web is now the part of their ***.

You all heard the **,and basically puts on your computers under control of someone else.

The ** colonel ** wants his ** to understand how the web makes the government and the people who use it exceptional vulnerable.

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Digital information ** ,you can't put the * to the bottle once it's out there.

Are we been naive about the amount of the information that we are putting on line?

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This is the West Point. For over 200 years, the academy here has trained the United States army’s elite military leaders. This is where Mac Arthur, Eisenhower, and Schwarzkopf all learned the art of war. In the 21st century, cadets are being trained not just in battlefield tactics and grand strategy, but in how to deal a threat much closer to home.

The web is now part of their curriculum.

You’ve all heard of Trojans. They basically put your computer under the control of someone else.

Lieutenant Colonel Greg Conti wants his cadets to understand how the web may expose governments and people who use it exceptionally vulnerable.

The web is one of the most popular technologies in the history of mankind. Everyday a new company comes online, offers new products, new services. And these tools are very conpower, and very powerful. And what we do is really exposing unprecedented amount of information about ourselves to third parties. And that makes me very very concerned. Digital information is slippery. And once it is out there, moves, and you can’t put the genii back into the bottle once it’s out there.

Are we being naïve about the amount of information that we are putting online?

We all want something for nothing. So every website we go to, every shiny new tool service that’s out there on the web, many people flock to it. And we need to consider as we are using these tools, what we’ve given away and return for this free product and service that we’ve get. What the risks involved or find what we’ve given away. And in fact, the service may disappear tomorrow or maybe bought by another company. So we may like the mascot now, and we trust them and we like the colors of their logo, but they may not be the same company tomorrow.

20 years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that’s only now becoming a fully apparent. Our everyday web use remains overwhelmingly free, we read news for free, we do searches for free, and we connect with friends and families for free. All so we think. Few of us realize that just how we are paying.

How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary? How much for the cost buy your religious, political or sexual preferences, or where your children go to school. More than money can buy? But we give away this kind of information routinely everyday and we are doing it on an enormous scale.
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[Homework]2011-08-03 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —2

This is the West Point. For over 200 years, the academy here has trained the United States Army's elite military leaders. This is where MacArthur, Eisenhower, and Schwarzkopf all learned the art of war. In the 21st century, cadets are being trained not just in battlefield tactic and grand strategy, but in how to deal with a threat much closer to home.
The web is now part of their curriculum.
You've all heard of Trojans. It basically put your computer under the control of someone else.
Lt. Col. Gregory Conti wants his cadets to understand how the web may expose governments and people who use it exceptionally vulnerable.
The web is one of the most popular technologies in the history of mankind. Everyday a new company comes online, offering new products, new services. And the tools are very compelling, and very powerful. But what we're doing is really disclosing unprecedented amount of information about ourselves to third parties, and that makes me very very concerned. Digital information is slippery. But once it is out there, moves, and you can't put the genii back into the bottle once it's out there.
Are we being naive about the amount of information that we're putting online?
We all want something for nothing. So every website we go to, every shiny new tool service that's out there on the web, many people flock to it. And we need to consider as we are using these tools what we've given away and return for this free product and service that we're getting. What the risks involved both and what we're giving away, and in the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or maybe brought by another company. So we may like their mascot now, and we trust them and we like the colors of their logo, but they may not be the same company tomorrow.
Twenty years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web use remains overwhelmingly free. We read news for free, we do searches for free, and we connect with friends and family for free. Or so, we think few of us realize  just how we are paying.
How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary? How much for the custom point out your religious, political or sexual preferences, or where your children go to school. More than money can buy? But we give away exactly this kind of information routinely everyday and we are doing it on an enormous.

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This is West Point. For over 200 years, the academy here has trained United States army's elite military leaders. This is where MacArthur, Eisenhower and Schwarzkopf all learned the art of war.

In the 21st century, cadets are being trained not just in battlefield tactics and grand strategy, but in how to deal with a threat much closer to home.

The web is now part of their curriculum.

You've all heard of Trojans? It basically puts your computer under the control of someone else.

Lieutenant Colonel Greg Conti wants his cadets to understand how the web makes both governments and the people who use it exceptionally vulnerable.

The web is one of the most popular technologies in the history of mankind. Everyday, a new company comes online offering new products, new services and the tools are very compelling and very powerful. But what we're doing is really disclosing an unprecedented amount of information about ourselves to third parties, and that makes me very very concerned. Digital information is slippery and once it's out there, it moves, and you can't put the genie back into the bottle once it's out there.

Are we being naive about the amount of information that we’re putting online?

We all want something for nothing. So, every website we go to, every shiny new tool or service, that's out there on the web, many people flock to it and we need to consider as we are using those tools what we are giving away in return for this free product or service that we are getting, what are the risks involved both on the what we are giving away and the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or may be blocked by another company, so we might like their mascot now and we trust them and we like the colors of their logo but they might not be the same company tomorrow.

Twenty years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web use remains overwhelmingly free. We read news for free, we do searches for free and we connect with friends and family for free. Or so we think few of us realize just how we are paying. How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary? How much would it cost them to find out your religious, political or sexual preferences? Or where your children go to school? More than money can buy, but we give away exactly this kind of information routinely every day and we are doing it on an enormous scale.
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This is West Piont. For over 200 years, the academy here had trained United State's Amy's elite  military leaders. This is where MacArthur, Eisenhower and Schwarzkopf all learn the art of war. In the 21st century, cadets have been trained not just in battle field tactics and grand strategy but in how to deal with threat much closer to home.
The web is now the part of their curriculum. You've all heard of Trojans. They basically put your computer under the control of someone else.
Lieutenant Canal Greatcounty  wants his cadets understand how the web might expose government and people who use it, exceptionally vulnerable.
The web is one of the most popular technologies in the history of mankind. Everyday, new company comes on-line offering new products, new services. And the tools are very compelling and very powerful. But what we're doing is really disclosing non-pressing information that we ourselves are third parties.and that make me very very concerned. Digital information slippery and once it's out there moves. And you can't put the gene back into the bottle once it's out there.
Are we being naive about the amount of information that we were putting on line?
We all want something from others. So every site we want to go to and every shinning new tool service that's out there on the web, many people flock to it. And we need to consider as we use these tools what we are giving away in return for this free product, just the service we are getting, what are the risk of all involved? All on the waht we giving away and the fact tha tthe service may disappear tomorrow or may block by another companies, so we may like their // now and you trust them, and we like the colors of their logo but they may not be in the same company tomorrow.
20 years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that's  only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web use remains overwhelmingly free. We read news for free. We do searches for free and we connect with friends and family for free. Also we think, few of us realize just how we are paying.
How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary?
How much would it cost them to find out your religious, political or sexual preferences or where your children's school?
More than money can buy. But we give away exactly this kind of information routinely everyday and we are doing it on a enormous  scale.
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This is West Point. For over 200 years, the Academy here has trained United States army's elite military leaders. This is where MacArthur, Eisenhower, and Schwarzkopf all learned the art of war. In the 21st century, cadets are trained not just in battlefield tactics and grand strategy, but in how to deal with a threat much closer to home. The Web is now part of their curriculum.

'You've all heard of Trojans. It basically puts your computer under the control of someone else.'

Lieutenant Colonel Greg Conti wants his cadets to understand how the Web makes both governments and the people who use it exceptionally vulnerable.

'The Web is among the most popular technologies in the history of mankind. Everyday a new company comes online, offering new products, new services. And the tools are very compelling and they are very powerful. But what we are doing is really disclosing an unprecedented amount of information about ourselves to third parties and that makes me very very concerned.'
'Digital information is slippery and once it's our there (it) moves. You can't put the genie in the bottle once it's out there.'

'Are we being naive about the amount of information that we are putting online?'

'We all want something for nothing. So every website we go to, every shiny new tool or service that's out there on the Web, many people flock to it. And we need to consider as we are using those tools what are we giving away in return for this free product or service that we are getting, what are the risks involved, both on what we are giving away and the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or may be blocked by another company. So we might like their mascot now and we trust them and we like the colors of their logo, but they might not be the same company tomorrow.'

Twenty years on from its invention, the Web confronts us with a dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday Web use remains overwhelmingly free. We read news for free. We do searches for free. And we connect with friends and family for free. - Or so we think. Few of us realize just how we are paying.

How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary? How much would it cost them to find out your religious, political and sexual preference, or where your children go to school? More than money can buy? But we give away exactly this kind of information routinely everyday and we are doing it on an enormous scale.
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[Homework]2011-08-03 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —2

This is West Point. For over 200 years the academy here has trained United States army's elite military leaders. It is where MacArthur, Eisenhower, and Schwartz Carl, all learnt the art of war.In the 21st century cadets'll been trained not just in battlefield tactics and grand strategy but in how to deal with the threat much closer to home.
The web is now a part of their curriculum.
You've all heard of the trojans? It basically put your computers under the control of someone else.
Lieutenant kernel G C wants his cadets understand how the web makes those government and people who use it exceptional vulnerable.
The web's one of most popular technology in the history of mankind. Everyday a new company comes online offering new products, new services, and tools are very compelling and very powerful. But what we are doing is really disclosing and ??? amount of information about ourselves to third parties. And that makes it very very concerned. Digital information slippery and once it how their their moves and you can't put the jinni back into bottle once it out their.
Are we being naive about the amount of information that we are putting online?
We all want something from nothing. So every website we go to, every shiny new tool or service out there on the web, many people flock to it. We need to consider as we using those tools what are giving away in return for this free product or service that we are getting -- what are the risks involved both on(in?) the what we are giving away and the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or may be blocked by another companies, so we might like their ??? now and we trust them and we like the colors of their logos, but they might not be the same company tomorrow.
20 years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web-use remain overwhelmingly free -- we read news for free, we do searches for free, and we connect with friends and family for free. Also we think few of us realized just how we are paying, how much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary, how much would it cost them to find out your religious, political or sexual preferences, or where your children go to school. More than money can buy, but we give a way exactly this kind of information routinely everyday and we are doing it on an enormous scale.

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This is WestPoint. For over 200 years, the academy here has trained United States army’s elite military leaders. This is where ***, *** and *** all learnt the art of war. In the 21st century, cadets are being trained not just in battlefield tactic and grand strategy, but in how to deal with a threat much closer to home.

The web is now part of their curriculum. You’ve all heard of Trojans. It basically puts your computer under the control of someone else.

Lt Co *** wants his cadets to understand how the web makes both governments and people who use it, exceptionally vulnerable.  

The web is one of the most popular technologies in the history of mankind. Everyday a new company comes on line, offering new products, new services. And the tools are very compelled and they are very powerful, but what we are doing is really disclosing unprecedented amount of information about ourselves to third parties, and that makes me very, very concerned. Digital information is slippery and once it’s out there, it moves and you can’t put the genie back into the bottle once it’s out there.

Are we being naïve about the amount of information that we are putting online? We all want something for nothing, so every website we go to, every shiny new tool or service that’s out there on the web, many people flock to it and we need to consider as we are using those tools what we are giving away in return for those free products or services we are getting, what the risk is involved both on what we are giving away and the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or may be blocked by another company, so we might like their mascot now and we trust them and like the colors of their logo, but they might not be the same company tomorrow.

20 years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that’s only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web use remains overwhelmingly free. We read news for free. We do searches for free and we connect with our family and friends for free. Also we think few of us realize just how we are paying. How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary? How much does it cost to find out your religious, political or sex preference or where your children go to school?
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[Homework]【整理】2011-08-03 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —2

This is Westpoint. For over 200 years, the academy here has trained United States Armies the elite military leaders. This is where MacArthur, Eisenhower and Schwarzkopf all learned the art of war. In the 21st centry, cadets are being trained not just in battlefield tactic and grand strategy, but in how to deal with a treat much closer to home.
The web is now a part of their curriculum.
You've all heard of Trosions. It basically put your computer under the control of someone else.
Lieutenant Colonel Greg Conti wants his cadet to understand how the web makes both government and the people who use it exceptionally vulnerable.
The web is one of the most popular technologies in the history of mankind. Everyday a new company comes online offering new products, new services and the tools are very compelling and they are very powerful. But what we are doing is really disclosing an unpressing amout of information about ourselves in certain parties. And that makes me very very concerned. Digital information is slippery .And once it is out there, move. And you can't put the d back until the bottle once it's out there.
Are we being naive about the amount of information we are putting online? We all want something for nothing. So every website we go to, every shining new tool or service that's out there on the web, many people flock to it and we need to consider as we are using the tools what are we giving away in return for this free product or service we are getting. What are the risks involved both on the what are we giving away and the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or may be blocked by another tommorrow. We might like their mask now and we trust them and we like the color of their logo but they might not be same company tomorrow.
20 years on from its invention, the web confronts us with a huge dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent. Our everyday web views remain overwhelmingly free. We read news for free, we do searches for free, and we can act with friends and family for free. Also we think: few of us realize just how we are paying. How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary. How much would it cost them to find your religious, political or sexual preferences, where your children go to school. More than money can buy, but we give away exactly this kind of information routinely every day, and we are doing it on an enormous scale.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-08-03 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —2

This is west point,for over two hundred years, the academy here has trained United States armys a--military leaders. This is where C-,I-,S-,all learnt the art of war. In the 21 century, the - will be trained not just in battle field tactic and grant strategy, but in how to deal with the threat mnch closer to home. The web is now part of their curriculum. If i heard of t-, it basiclly put your computer under the control of someone else.
Luter- wanted his c- to understand how the web both government and the people use it exceptionally vulnarable.The web is now the most popular technologies in the history of mankind.  Everyday a new company comes on my offering new product and service and the tools are very compower and very powerful. But what you do is disclosing un- matter of information of ourselves in sort of parties and that makes me very very concerned. Digtal information slipry and once -----------
We 've not been ill about the amount of infomation that were put online.
We all want somthing for nothing, so every webside we go to and every shining in tour service that's out there on website. Many people flock to and we need to consider as we're using these tools what we are giving away in return for this free product service that we are getting. What the risks are involved both on the what we are giving away and the fact that the service might disappear tomorrow or may be broght by another company so we might like their ma- and we trust them and we like the colors of their logo,but they might not be the same company tomorrow.
20 years -- invention, the web, confront us with a huge dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent.Everyday use for mans overwhelmingly free. We read news for free; we do researches for free and we connect with friends and family for free. Also we think few think few of us realize just how we are paying. How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary. How much would it cost them buy your religious, political or sexual preferences or where you childer go to school. More than money can buy, but we give away exactly this kind of information re- everyday and we are doing it on enormous.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-08-03 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —2

This is west point,for over two hundred years, the academy here has trainsed United States armys a--military leaders. This is where C-,I-,S-,all learnt the art of war. In the 21 century, the - will be trained not just in battle field tactic and grant strategy, but in how to deal with the threat mnch closer to home. The web is now part of their curriculum. If i heard of t-, it basiclly put your computer under the control of someone else.
Luter- wanted his c- to how the web both government and the people use it exceptionally vulnarable.The web is now the most popular technologies in the history of mankind.  Everyday a new company comes on my offering new product and service and the tools are very compower and very powerful. But what you do is really disclosing un- matter of information of ourselves in sort of parties and that makes me very very concerned. Digtal information slipry and once -----------
We 've not been ill about the amount of infomation that were put online.
We all want somthing for nothing, so every webside we go to and every shining in tour service that's out there on website. Many people flock to and we need to consider as we're using these tools what we are giving away in return for this free product service that we are getting. What the risks are involved both on the what we are giving away and the fact that the service may disappear tomorrow or may be broght by another company so we might like their ma- and we trust them and we like the colors of their logo,but they might not be the same company tomorrow.
20 years -- invention, the web, confront us with a huge dilemma that's only now becoming fully apparent.Everyday use for mans overwhelmingly free. We read news for free; we do researches for free and we connect with friends and family for free. Also we think few think few of us realize just how we are paying. How much would you charge to let a stranger read your personal diary. How much would it cost them buy your religious, political or sexual preferences or where you childer go to school. More than money can buy, but we give away exactly this kind of information re- everyday and we are doing it on enormous.


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