What we learned in Part I is there will be Life After Google as explained in futurist George Gilder’s book by the same name. Because when we use Google’s products for free, you and I give them a free pass to do what they will with our data. Who are we to complain if Google mishandles security of our data?
“You fools it was free,” they counter. But what if there’s a universe, a cryptocosm, that provides search on a much larger scale where we own our data through a blockchain?
Imagine musicians, artists, and other creators whose work has been essentially stolen by the “everything is free” Google, owning the rights for their work. What if in the future individuals receive credits from a trustless ecosystem locked in place with blockchain.
This is only the beginning of what may be an incredible demand from individuals to own their work in a secure manner that creates a most transformational shift to a life after Google. Stay tuned.
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