Overreacting is easy, but it will never fix any real problems

We’ve had another fun week seeing how companies want to access and process our data for their benefit. Everyone is up in arms about new terms and conditions from Adobe and Meta that tell us how they plan to use our photos to bolster their AI. Predictably, we all hate it.

Equally predictable was the freakout everyone was having that wasn’t really necessary. You can opt out of both, and at least we finally know what both companies plan to do—they were always going to try to use our publically shared data for AI training. Telling us in writing is a good thing.

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