Harvard Business Review on the effort by companies to get more and more of your private data — and your willingness to share it, (see yesterday’s Alexa announcement for examples). Uninformed Consent: “Let’s be frank: People are bad at making decisions about their private data. They misunderstand both costs and benefits. Moreover, natural human biases interfere with their judgment. And whether by design or accident, major platform companies and data aggregators have structured their products and services to exploit those biases, often in subtle ways.” (Editor’s note: It wasn’t “by accident.”)