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Who owns data PRoperties in view of Information Security Measures?

The media currently ventilates a lot of heat about boundless governmental spying activities whereas the most citizens stay astoundingly calm.
As I however see the debate on PRISM and whatever emerges nowadays it goes back to a very old issue: code versus data.

Code belongs to an entity in order to work on data obtained from any valid source. Code emanates and absorbs data. Data can be ported much easier to any other code base than the code itself. But code itself is effectively useless without data.
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