Social networks: Digital rights and wrongs

You own your data, and you should only share it when you get something back in return, argues Professor Sandy Pentland.

Social networks should mirror the way we build up trust in the real world, says Sandy Pentland in the above video, which explores how to build a fair digital society. You should have the same rights and obligations in the digital world as you do in the physical world.

Sandy Pentland is the Toshiba Professor of Media, Arts and Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is participating in the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting 2013.

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