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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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It may be too early to judge
the long-term cultural impact of recommendation systems. But I feel that there is a deeper and more pressing concern that how we pay for a free web and our massive use of online retail. We are actively contributing to vast databases of information about ourselves. Sixteen years of web commerce has utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century.

Wind beneath my wings. 60 single men fear their spouse contemplating cheating. How to kill oneself by natural gas? Numb fingers. Dog that urinate on everything.Food to avoid when breastfeeding. These are real people's intimate thoughts,just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by people who believed that they were using their computer in private.

In 2006, the American computer giant AOL released a file containing every search made by 650,000 of their users over the previous three months. Each user was identified only by a numerical code. But one journalist at the New York Times was concerned that these outwardly anonymous searches in fact were so personal that they would reveal the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to unmask them?

One kind of popped out at me, I think in part because it has a lot searches that were obviously local searches, like you know, landscapers in Lilburn Georgiawas in one quarry, that’s not something you’re going to look for if this is some town, you know, across the country and chances are you are looking for a local business.

The user was known only as No.4417749, and this person’s searches soon became much more intimate.

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[Homework]2011-09-07 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —17

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It may be to early to judge the long term cultural impact the recommendation systems. But I feel that there is a deeper and more pressing concern about how we pay for a free web and our massive use of online retail. We are actively contributing to vast databases of information about ourselves. 16 years of web commerce has utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century. Winds beneath my wings. 60 single men. Fear the spouse contemplating cheating. How to kill oneself by natural gas? Numb fingers. Dog that urinates on everything. Foods to avoid when breast feeding.
These are real people intimate thoughts, just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by people who believe that they were using their computer in private.
In 2006 the American computer giant, AOL released a file containing every search made by 650,000 of their users over the previous 3 months. Each user was identified only by a numerical code. But one journalist of the New York Times was concerned of these outwardly anonymous searches in fact was so personal that they would reveal the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to unmask them?
You went kind of poped out of me. I think in part because it had a lot of searches were obviously local searches like lands keepers northern Georgia was the one query. And I *** this is some town across country * chances for you to looking for a local business.
User was know only as number 4417749 and this person's searches soon became much more intimate.

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It may be too early to judge the long-term cultural impact of recommendation systems. But I feel there is a deeper and more pressing concern that how we pay for a free web and our massive use of online retail. We are actively contributing to vast databases of information about ourselves. Sixteen years of web commerce has utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century. Wind beneath my wings. 60 single men fear their spouse contemplating cheating. How to kill oneself by natural gas? Numb fingers. Dog that urinate on everything. Food to avoid when breastfeeding. These are real people's intimate thoughts, just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by people who believed that they were using their computer in private. In 2006, the American computer giant AOL released a file containing every search made by 650,000 of their users over the previous three months. Each user was identified only by a numerical code. But one journalist at the New York Times was concerned that these outwardly anonymous searches in fact were so personal that they would reveal the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to unmask them?

One kind of popped out at me, I think in part because it has a lot searches that were obviously local searches, like you know, landscapers in # Georgia was in one quarry, that’s not something you’re going to look for if this is some town, you know, across the country # you, chances are you are looking for a local business.

The user was known only as No.4417709, and this person’s searches soon became much more intimate.
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[Homework]2011-09-07 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —17

Maybe too early to judge the long term culture impact of recommendation system, but I feel there was a deeper and more impressive concern about how we pay for the free web and massive use of online retail. We are actively contributing to vast database's information of ourselves. 16 years of web commerce had utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century.

wind beneath my wings ; 60 single men ; fears that spouse contemplating cheating;how to kill oneself by nature gas. numb fingers. dog that urinated on everything. foods to avoid when breast feeding.

These are really people intimate thoughts. Just a tiny fragment of search made anonymously by people who believed they were using their computer in private.

In 2004, American computer giant AOL released files containing every search make by 650,000 their users over the previous three months. Each user was identified only new American code. But a journalist of New York Time was concerned to be outwardly anonymous searchers in fact was so personal that they will reveal identity of the searcher. How would it take to unmask them

One kind pop out of me, because it has a lot of searches or obviously local searchers like landscapers or slogan George as was someone query. There is something like looking for in some town across the country when you have a chance looking for a local business.

But the user was known only as number 4417749 as person searches soon to become much more intimate.

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It may be too early to judge the long term culture impact of recommendation systems. But I feel there is a more deeper and more pressing concern that how we pay for a free web and our massive use of online retail. We are actively contributing to vast databases of information about ourselves.

Sixteen years of web commerce has utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century.

Winds beneath my wings. 60 single men fear that spouse contemplating cheating. How to kill oneself by nature gas? Numb fingers. Dog that urinates on everything. Foods to avoid when breast feeding.

These are real people intimate thoughts. Just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by people who believed that they were using their computer in private.

In 2006, the American computer giant AOL released a file containing every search made by 650,000 of their users over the previous three months. Each user was identified only by a numerical code. But one journalist at the New York Times was concerned that these outwardly anonymous searches in fact were so personal that they would reveal the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to unmask them?

One kind of popped out me, I think it apart because it had a lot of searches that were obviously local searches like, you know, landscapers, indoor George that was the one query. That sounds you are looking for if this is some town, you know, across the country. Your chances are you are looking for a local business.

The users was known only as number 4417749 and this person's searches soon became much more intimate.
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It may be too early to judge the long term cultural impact of the recommendation systems, but I feel there is a deeper and more pricing concern that how we pay for a free web and our massive use of online retail. We are actively contributing to vast databases of information about ourselves. 16 years of web commerce has utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century.

Wind beneath my wings
60 single men
Fear that spouse contemplating cheating
How to kill oneself by natural gas
Numb fingers
Dog that urinates on everything
Foods to avoid when breast feeding

These are real people’s intimate thoughts, just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by the people who believed that they were using their computer in private.

In 2006, the American computer giant AOL released the file containing every search made by 650000 of their users over the previous three months. Each user was identified only by a numerical code. But one journalist of New York Times was concerned that these outwardly anonymous searches in fact were so personal that they would reveal the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to unmask them?

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The user was known only as number 4417749, and its person searches soon became much more intimate.
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[Homework]2011-09-07 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —17

It maybe too early to judge the long-term cultural impact, the recommendation  system. But  I feel that there's a deeper and more pressing concern--- how we pay for a free web, the massive use on line retail. We are actively contributing to vast data basis of information about ourselves. Sixteen years web c* has utterly transformed what p* means in 21st century.

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The user was known only as number 4417749 and these person searches soon became much more intern.

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It may be too eary to judge the long term  and cultural impact of our recommendation systems.but i feel there are deeper and pressing concern about how we pay for the free weband massive use of on-line retail.we are actively contributing to vast databases information about ourselves.16 years webcamers has utterly transformed ,privacy means
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In 2006 American search giant AOL released a file containing  every search  laid by 650,000 their users over the privacy 3 months.each user identified by only American code,but one journalist in TIMES was  concerned with that outwardly anonymous  search in fact was so personal that would reveal the identity of the searcher .how long will it  take to unmask them .

One kind of popped out me, I think it apart because it had a lot of searches that were obviously local searches like, you know, landscapers, indoor George that was the one query. That sounds you are looking for if this is some town, you know, across the country. Your chances are you are looking for a local business
The user was known only as number 4417749 and these person searches soon became much more internet
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It may be too early to judge the long-term cultural impact of recommendation systems. But I feel there is a deeper and more pressing concern that how we pay for a free web and our massive use of online retail. We are actively contributing to vast databases of information about ourselves. Sixteen years of web commerce has utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century. Wind beneath my wings. 60 single men fear spouse contemplating cheating. How to kill oneself by natural gas? Numb fingers. Dog that urinate on everything. Food to avoid when breastfeeding. These are real people's intimate thoughts, just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by people who believed that they were using their computer in private. In 2006, the American computer giant AOL released a file containing every search made by 650,000 of their users over the previous three months. Each user was identified only by a numerical code. But one journalist at the New York Times was concerned that these outwardly anonymous searches in fact were so personal that they would reveal the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to unmask them?

One kind of popped out at me, I think in part because it has a lot searches that were obviously local searches, like you know, landscapers in # Georgia was one query, that’s not something you’re going to look for if this is some town, you know, across the country # you, chances are you are looking for a local business.

The user was known only as No.4417749, and this person’s searches soon became much more intimate.
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It may be to early to judge the long term cultural impact the recommendation systems. But I feel that there is a deeper and more pressing concern about how we pay for a free web and our massive use of online retail. We are actively contributing to vast databases of information about ourselves. 16 years of web commerce has utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century. Winds beneath my wings. 60 single men. Fear the spouse contemplating cheating. How to kill oneself by natural gas? Numb fingers. Dog that urinates on everything. Foods to avoid when breast feeding.
These are real people intimate thoughts, just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by people who believe that they were using their computer in private.
In 2006 the American computer giant, AOL released a file containing every search made by 650,000 of their users over the previous 3 months. Each user was identified only by a numerical code. But one journalist of the New York Times was concerned of these outwardly anonymous searches in fact was so personal that they would reveal the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to unmask them?
You went kind of poped out of me. I think in part because it had a lot of searches were obviously local searches like lands keepers northern Georgia was the one query. And I *** this is some town across country * chances for you to looking for a local business.
User was know only as number 4417749 and this person's searches soon became much more intimate.

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本帖最后由 polartag 于 2011-9-8 14:20 编辑

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It may be too early to judge the long-term cultural impact of recommendation systems. But i feel that there's a deeper and more pressing concern about how we pay for a free web, and our massive use of online retail. We're actively contributing to thus databases of information about ourselves. 16 years of web commerce has utterly transformed what privacy means in the 21st century.

Wind beneath my wings,
60 single men,
Fear that spouse contemplating cheating
How to kill oneself by natural gas
Numb fingers.
Dog that urinates on everything.
Foods to avoid when breastfeeding.

These are real people's intimate thoughts, just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by people believed that they were using their computer in private. In 2006, the American computer giant AOL released a file containing every search made by 650,000 of their users over the previous 3 months. Each user was identified only by a numerical code. But one journalist at the New York Times was concerned that these outwardly anonymously searches in fact were so personal that they would reveal the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to unmask them?

One kind popped out me, I think in part because it had a lot of searches where obviously local searches like you know, landscapers in Dobren Georgia was the one query, and that sounds like you're gonna look for if this is some town, you know, across the country, but your chances are you're looking for a local, a local business, the user was known only as number 4417749 and this person searches soon become more intimate.
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It may be too early to judge the long-term cultural impact of recommendation systems, but i feel that there is a deeper and more pressing concern that how we pay for a free web and our massive use of online retail. We are actually contributing to vast data bases of information about ourselves. 16 years webcommers has utterly transformed  what privacy means in the 21st century.
Wind beneath my wings. Sixty single men. Fears that spouse contemplating cheating. How to kill oneself by natural gas. Numb fingers. Dog that unions on every thing. Food to avoid when breast feeding.
These are the real people's intimate thought, just a tiny fragment of searches made anonymously by people who believed that they were using their computer in private. In 2006, the American computer giant A&Well released the file containing every search made by 650 thousand of their users over the previous 3 months. Each user was identified only by a new America code. But one journalist of the New York Times was concerned that this obviously economically searches  in fact was so personal that they would review the identity of the searcher. How long would it take to one ask them.
One can't .. I think a part because it has a lot of searchers obviously, local searchers like, you know, //papers // just the one bury and that's sounds like you look for, this is some town, you know the cross country transferring and you are looking for a local, a local business.
The user was known only as NO. 44177 49 and this person's searches soon become much more intimate.
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