The Road Map for Recovery

When data is kept under lock and key, as mysterious as a temple secret, only the priests can read and interpret it.  But place it in the public domain and suddenly it takes on a new life.  People start playing with the information, reaching strange new conclusions or raising questions that no one else would think to ask.  It is impossible to predict who will become obsessed with the data or why – but someone will.

Transparency now!

  1. Set the data free
  2. Empower all investors
  3. Create an army of citizen-regulation

 

    ~ Wired Magazine, The Road Map for Recovery, Daniel Roth

 

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