For our discussion on ownership, consider the following examples.Kids arguing over a toyAirline: one person wants to recline the seat to sleep, the person behind want to use the tray table to workDisneyland line for the rides : are they really “first come first served?” Why does Disney sell passes to let uou skip the lines? Who “owns” the next place in line?You own your property, but an oil company could drill next down and extract the oil from under you. You own your property, but can a drone fly over it to deliver pizza to you neighborYou make a video of yourself playing Christmas tunes, but YouTube removes it because you do not “own” the songsYour data (about your politics, religion, purchases made) is packed and sold by Facebook. Do you own your data? Or does Facebook?Can you think of other examples? Add them yo the comments below.