I have launched an online memory shop called Fragment.menot to go along with the physical shop in the LCC studio. The speculative online shop features the interfaces and forms that the memory comes in and a variety of genres: Nature, Crime, Horror, Romance, Thriller, Adult, Sci-fi, Action, and Comedy.

The only promise is: “Our labs are working hard to bring you the rarest & most real experiences.”

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I have also created a Terms of Use agreement with combinations of real agreements from social and storage websites we use today:

Fragment.menot Terms of Use

Last modified: March 8, 2017

This Terms of Use describes how we will collect, use, disclose and protect your Personal Information through the Fragment.metnot service. The Company provides a platform for the trading of memories. We’re continuing to improve service based on the memories you save on any online storage.

Collection of Personal Information

We may share User Content and your information (including but not limited to, information from cookies, log files, device identifiers, location data, and usage data) with affiliates.

If we sell or otherwise transfer part or the whole of Fragment.menot or our assets to another organization, your information such as name and email address, User Content and any other information collected through the Service may be among the items sold or transferred.
Use of Cookies and Usage Data

Traffic Data is collected by Fragment.menot and our third-party traffic analysis provider. We still use cookies if you don’t have an account or have logged out of your account.

Please be aware that if your memories include personal or other sensitive information, that information will be among the data captured and transmitted to a third party.

Your use of our services gives us expansive royalty-free license to use anything you post that could be considered intellectual property.

We will collect your IP address, browser type, operating system, the referring web page, pages visited, location, your mobile carrier, device and application IDs, search terms, and cookie information.

 

In the film Snowden, the disclosure of privacy is referred to as a way of protection. The government official in the film says to Snowden, “Most people already catalogue their lives for public consumption.” To which Snowden responds with, “Well they do it by choice, we’re not giving them the choice. We’re just taking everything.”

The NSA official sums it up by saying,

“Most Americans don’e want freedom. They want security, it’s a simple bargain. If you want to play with all the new toys and be safe, you pay the price of admission.”

In the future where our privacy is only public domain, our thoughts and memories will also become property of the controlling storage companies and they will be able to use them, edit them, and sell them.

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