My takeaway from this TED presentation is that one day we will have the opportunity/technology to have Google or some other internet search engine planted directly into our brain. In the context of videogame law and the scheme of the course, I have a couple questions and thoughts. Will the internet be able to track what I think? We all know that the internet tracks what we search and view now. But if there is a little internet search engine planted in our brains will the information we “search” be recorded? I would assume most likely not. But if we take “hybrid thinking” and incorporate gaming into the mix, what would the outcome be then? Say we strap ourselves into an Oculus Rift and link up with our “hybrid thinking” technology, following this we go on to play a seemingly real world game of candy crush. We run out of lives and then need to make an in-game purchase, and as we all know those purchase habits are being recorded. Wouldn’t that be considered monitoring and manipulating peoples thoughts?