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Comparing Facebook data use by Obama, Cambridge Analytica
"In his research, Hersh found that neither tactic was greatly effective at persuading people to vote."
article  editorial  politics  facebook  privacy  election  media 
9 weeks ago by dwight
The Man Who Spent $100K To Remove A Lie From Google
In Europe, an Internet user can force Google to hide search results that are inaccurate or just too personal. But Americans don't have the same legal protections — even in the most extreme cases.
article  npr  google  technology  privacy  government  us  eu 
11 weeks ago by dwight
Justice Department asks Supreme Court to moot Microsoft email case, citing new law
The Cloud Act clarifies that search warrants cover data held by U.S. firms overseas.
article  washingtonpost  scotus  law  technology  email  security  privacy 
11 weeks ago by dwight
Google's 'secret' smart city on Toronto's waterfront sparks row
Torontonians have concerns about Google's latest project - a "future city" that tracks their data.
article  toronto  google  technology  privacy  editorial  bbc 
12 weeks ago by dwight
Three quarters of Android apps track users with third party tools – study
Yale University’s Privacy Lab using research to call on developers and Google ‘for increased transparency into privacy and security practice’
article  android  security  privacy  technology  theguardian 
november 2017 by dwight
Please Prove You’re Not a Robot
Posing as humans, today’s bots are different from what science fiction writers imagined, but they represent a serious threat to democracy.
article  nytimes  editorial  security  privacy  technology 
july 2017 by dwight
More Android phones than ever are covertly listening for inaudible sounds in ads
Your Android phone may be listening to ultrasonic ad beacons without your knowledge.
article  arstechnica  android  technology  advertising  privacy  security 
may 2017 by dwight
I invented the web. Here are three things we need to change to save it | Tim Berners-Lee
It has taken all of us to build the web we have, and now it is up to all of us to build the web we want – for everyone
article  editorial  theguardian  privacy  technology  internet 
march 2017 by dwight
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