Gorden Bell's Sousveillance · posted by vaibhav bhawsar Feb 26, 2007
Gordon Bells’s been recording his life for about 6 long years now as part of the MyLifeBits project. The goal is to record “all of Bell’s communications with other people and machines, as well as the images he sees, the sounds he hears and the Web sites he visits.”
There is recent really long story about the project here
**If I record even 10 years of information then I will, on an average, will I spend at least three times the time to go through it??!! I know there are filters, “i like” algorithms, but this is just a question for sake of being a question!
**What if such personal information can be used against the person in a legal situation? Where and how do you store such sensitive information? Even others involved in a conversation are put to risk..because what they say is recorded too.
**What is personal remains personal in any given scenario. So to what use can you put all this information to?
**How important does search or even the interface become in such a scenario?
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