Do you know how much data you actually own? You would think it would be a lot, right? We’re constantly feeding the internet with our personal information, traits, habits, and characteristics — so at least some of that data should belong to us personally. That would be the case in a rational world, but currently the answer to how much data you own is depressingly simple: none. One reason for this is how muddled up and complicated the concept of “ownership” is online.