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public website where people give their permission to have all their information tracked
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A Public website where you can sign up to officially give your permission to anyone and everyone to collect any kind of information about you -- on the condition that all the information is kept publically available. This group of people would be a publically available market anaylisis test group. Maybe the most well documented people would be models for the first superhuman AIs. Not that the people would be so smart but the machines modeled on them would have a really exact example to extrapolate the way a mind works from.
JesusHChrist, Dec 23 2005

Open ID http://openid.net/
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       What makes you think permission is needed?
bristolz, Dec 23 2005
  

       permission would make the people who granted it more attractive to companies who didn't want to worry about getting sued, and then those people would become more richly represented in a publicly available database.
JesusHChrist, Dec 23 2005
  

       So,   

       Christ, Jesus H.
123 Anystreet,
Camptown, OH 43012
Home phone xxx.234.5678
SSN 123.34.5678
Visa Card #1111.2222.3333.4444
blood type: A+
frequents Halfbakery.com, etc...
  

       Might get tough to have people accept your Visa #?
Especially after there are 487 people who claim to be
you?
  

       Or perhaps I am misunderstanding the scope
of "information."
csea, Dec 23 2005
  

       I guess I was thinking more along the lines of merging all the information that Google has on the searches you've done, with all the emails you've ever written, and all the webpage clicks you've ever made and all the telephone numbers you've called and all of the advertising you've seen etc. that would be valuable information to companies.
JesusHChrist, Dec 23 2005
  
      
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