An Information Age question
We all know what competition for physical resources looks like. But what does competition for information look like?
We all know what competition for physical resources looks like. But what does competition for information look like? This seems to me a significant question if information is indeed the most valuable resource of our time. Does fighting for information look much different from fighting for other resources? I doubt it, but one never knows, do one.
And a follow-up, please: How quickly does it become lethal?
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