Do we have a right to mine the record of our own "attention"?

Steve Gillmor, a champion of the attention.xml concept, wonder whether there is an inalienable right to not just our own data but also the data describing our “gestures” and the record of where we’ve spent our attention.

These are not easy questions to muddle through as the urge to monetize Web 2.0 heats up all around us.

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