There is no conflict between self-sovereign identity and privacy. Public data is public; it’s supposed to be traced back to an individual, in public social media. So the individual should retain ownership over that identity and data.

Answer this for me. What would the news media in general be talking a lot more about, if they *actually* had your best interests at heart? A few of my answers (on StartThis.org) below.

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Remember when it was a minor scandal that George Stephanopoulos went from the Clinton White House straight to ABC News? Many people thought that was inappropriate. I thought so. Imagine being so concerned about even the appearance of bias.

OPEN THREAD AND AMA, held on my microblog. NOT on Twitter! Please click through to contribute to my microblog if you want a response!

We need a 100% common data formatting standard for social media. It should be in the form of RSS; it is possible to extend #RSS. Already done? Does anyone know of an RSS extension that makes RSS suitable for use to express social media data?

The Senate portion of an impeachment trial has the purpose of removing the president from office. Since President Trump is no longer in office, he can’t be removed.

The Senate is free to pass a resolution condemning the previous president.

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