Our critics argue that quantified relationships (QR) will threaten privacy, undermine autonomy, reinforce problematic
business models, and promote epistemic injustice. We do not deny these risks. But to determine the appropriate policy response, it will be necessary to assess their likelihood,
scope, and severity; how feasibly they can be
mitigated by various means; and whether and to what extent they are (or can be made to be) counterbalanced or even outweighed by the benefits QR technologies might bring for individuals, relationships, and society.