I'll take vulgarity as conceit.
1. knowledge communicated or received concerning a particular fact or circumstance
Have a nice day!
Best of luck finding something to interest you.
Data is simply information. Information is meaningful.
But yes, have a nice day.
Even data without pristine integrity can be collected and analyzed to create something meaningful. For an example of that, how about neurosynth.org - this uses an automatic scraper to collect coordinates from published neuroimaging papers. The scraper does as scrapers do and collects all sorts of false positives, so many of the "coordinates" are in fact not. The overall result produces very strong results.
One question though, does your happiness have anything to do with this semantics argument? If so, don't write them off as boring. Seek them out! Follow your bliss!
Unless, of course, you happen to have a need for some random data. Then it's useful.
On the other hand, if you'd like an example of data which is (nearly?) universally recognized as meaningless, how about
I can set the output of my phone's accelerometer to output to a spreadsheet... then record the data. Will the data mean anything?
Of course it will! The data will convey how much your phone as moved. Why do you think that this data is meaningless? Perhaps you mean "useful"?
Sure, it'd be nice for developers to get access to this new hardware. There is a security cost though, to opening up the hardware, which might not be an acceptable loss. Especially since there are other ways to get the benefits you listed.
Listen Apple, you didn't build a phone that people wanted
Pretty funny considering the incredible demand.