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@@ -24,4 +24,4 @@ The second blog post is the other end of the spectrum, from Etsy's Engineering b
Now, I actually have a lot of friends that work at Etsy, and some of them probably helped build this - they're not bad people. But it's awfully creepy to know that if you're on facebook - and one of your friends can use Etsy's app - all of your likes and interests have passed through Etsy's servers. (Possibly being stored, possibly not - but they could have been.) Could this be done in a way that wouldn't make me feel creeped out by Etsy? Absolutely. Did they build it that way? I'll never know. Nor will I know if they change it. Or if they get a National Security Letter. (Obviously I'm not actually expecting etsy to be served a NSL and told to pull my facebook likes but... the government has done stranger things.) Here's another area ripe for research, development, and thought experiments.
-You can sit back and dislike what the world is developing - actively or passively - but it's not going to stop the world from innovating and building. But you *can* dive in and work on something that provably provides privacy *and* the features of the competitor. And that's what I think we need more of.git
+You can sit back and dislike what the world is developing - actively or passively - but it's not going to stop the world from innovating and building. But you *can* dive in and work on something that provably provides privacy *and* the features of the competitor. And that's what I think we need more of.

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