1. One will be potentially from development, Sidewalk Labs as "master-enabler, but our role in vertical will be limited. We want to demonstrate *others* can make money". /2
This certainly will be a unique experiment in placemaking.
Which reminds me of something he said earlier: /8
"We don’t even have an strong idea about who owns it [the data]. It could be held in a trust, that has government representatives, privacy people, with which we contract, and others do too." /10
Really the data question is the one of the big transformations that is afoot in economics and urban planning. /11
Now the commons in question is data/information.
Which leads to the question:
Or is data more like air? Common but necessary, a utility without which life is impaired?
This way this debate over the nature of data in our lives is resolved will shape future regulation.