To many people, Big Data means Open Data: social graphs, voting records, weather patterns, and more. But who owns data? Most of our laws were written for atoms, not bits; they're woefully out of date in an information age. When you share data, does it become more or less valuable? If someone adds to your data, is it still yours? This panel will tackle the gray area of data ownership.
Table of contents
- Title: What's Mine is Yours
- Release date: March 2011
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781449306274
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