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A FAB ARTICLE ON DATA ISSUES & MORE FEATURIING CROTON'S LATE KENNETH LAUDON
If govt starts paying for data, it will compel private players to pay for it too
By: Ishaan Gera | - Published: January 6, 2020 2:03:41 AM--India has plans to develop an India stack, which shall help combine all data resources.
In February last year, California Governor Gavin Newsom suggested that tech companies should pay data dividend to consumers in exchange for the use of personal data. But Governor Newsom is not the only one to have mooted such a proposal. Kenneth Laudon first introduced the idea of paying for consumer data in 1993. While Laudon had no idea that companies will be able to capitalise on so many data points, yet he suggested they pay for it...READ MORE HERE.