I suppose I could try if I chose,
But the question is: “Can I suppose
I could choose what I chose if
I chose?” I suppose if
I chose to. But nobody knows.
I like my “I like my _____ like I like my women” jokes like I like my women: self-referential and confusing.
Back to economics; If the market drives security, and if people make tradeoffs based on the feeling of security, then the smart thing for companies to do, the incentives, are to make people feel secure.
There are two ways to do this. One, you can make people actually secure, and hope they notice. Or, you can make people only feel secure, and hope they don’t notice.
What you don’t hear about is the distinction between digital renegades and digital captives, which I think is a much more important one because we need to know how exactly technology influences civic engagement and their propensity to actually go and engage in protests.
I’m so far ahead of the curve, you could use my tastes to calculate the Earth’s circumference.