It’s sort of a social-networking version of Moore’s Law,” said Zuckerberg, who was interviewed by Y Combinator co-founder Paul Graham. “We expect this rate [of sharing] will double every 10 years. So in 10 years from now, people will be sharing about 1,000 times as many things as they do today.
Sure, this isn’t a shocking prediction or anything. The part that got me thinking is what this expectation means: large corporations fully expect to know everything about their audience, and very soon. It’s creepy (and 99% inevitable) - but not an altogether impossible situation. It’s important to recognize things as they are happening, that’s all.
In the future, we have no privacy. What do you value?
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