> One idea mentioned on the call on Thursday was for a client-side way of creating the aggregated tag view,
One thing we discussed while developing the RadioTAG protocol was this ability for listeners to share tags between various broadcasters, or even a third-party service who could offer a richer user experience.
I'd suggest taking a look at how this is achieved by other services with OAuth. For example, if I want Facebook to be able to see my Tweets, I can link the two accounts by authorising one to access the other (using my standard username/password, or 2-factor authentication where supported). The granularity of data access can be controlled using tokens, and revoked by revoking the token. I think it's really important to leave the listener in control of their data here.
I don't speak for my organisation on this point, but, like Ben, I suspect that any system that allows third-parties access to listener data without any prior consent from the listener will be a tough sell.
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