Marketplace Tech for Monday, July 7, 2014
Jul 7, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Monday, July 7, 2014

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First up, Ryan Calo, Associate Law Professor at the University of Washington and an affiliate scholar at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, talks about why companies like Facebook should be thinking about the ethics of information and consumer research. Plus, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, has added the first downloadable app to its collection. Bjork's Biophilia, which the singer released in 2011 along with an album of the same name, costs 13-dollars from the iTunes app store. That's pretty pricey for an app, but a bargain for museum-quality art. So when is an app considered art?


First up, Ryan Calo, Associate Law Professor at the University of Washington and an affiliate scholar at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, talks about why companies like Facebook should be thinking about the ethics of information and consumer research. Plus, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, has added the first downloadable app to its collection. Bjork’s Biophilia, which the singer released in 2011 along with an album of the same name, costs 13-dollars from the iTunes app store. That’s pretty pricey for an app, but a bargain for museum-quality art. So when is an app considered art?

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