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Data & Society Jan 10
Flashback: "More social scientists are using AI intending to solve society’s ills, but they don’t have clear ethical guidelines to prevent them from accidentally harming people, says ethicist of Data & Society.”
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Access Now Jan 8
Are you aware of the many ways protects you? ’s choose-your-own-adventure style game is a fun way to learn about the value of :
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Christian Strohal Jan 6
What are human rights? Answers by doing important work across the globe :
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Marietje Schaake Jan 5
‘The ability of AI to intrude upon - and potentially control - private human behaviour has direct implications for the UN’s human rights agenda’ >> The new geopolitics of artificial intelligence ↘️
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Armin Wolf Jan 5
„2017 wurde nur in einer von 107 Aussendungen [der Wiener Polizei] über Straftaten explizit eine Staatsbürgerschaft genannt, 2018 jedoch in 84 von 104 Aussendungen.“ Interessante Datenanalyse!
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Deniz Yazici Jan 5
Zirngast: "Europa darf Stimmen der türkischen Opposition nicht überhören" via
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Gillian Phillips Jan 3
Threats Against Independent Media Grow in Former Communist European Countries | Best Countries | US News
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InternetFF Jan 3
🙌 Help us reach our goal to ensure that all IFF speakers from underrepresented communities can join us! Donate what you can:
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Committee to Protect Journalists Jan 3
Repressive governments are threatening journalists around the world for doing their job. Help us defend :
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GIJN Jan 3
Lessons from 's intercontinental fact-checking newsroom:
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Deniz Yazici Jan 1
Outrage after Netflix pulls comedy show criticising Saudi Arabia
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Ulrike E Franke Dec 28
😆😆 The German Foreign Office just posted this on Instagram: "to be on the safe side, we have already reserved a seat in the negotiating chamber [of the UN Security Council]"
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Access Now Dec 27
"'Fake news,' a term popularized by the president of the United States, has become a bludgeon that nations can use to silence their people."
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Arzu Geybulla Dec 26
Dear friends.Over the past few years, I have had the privilege to attend but there are so many who can't due to financial restraints. So if you have a moment, please consider supporting IFF’s Diversity & Inclusion Fund!Thank you&HappyHolidays!
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DuckDuckGo Jun 21
We are proud to have a profitable business model that doesn't rely on collecting personal data.  Our Founder and CEO explains how we make money and why companies like Google and Facebook could still be wildly profitable without invasive tracking:
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Justitia Dec 25
Denmark is using algorithms to deliver benefits to citizens—and undermining its own democracy in the process. - and Hin-Yan Liu in
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Reporter Ohne Grenzen Österreich Dec 24
Max kommt frei, muss aber noch in der Türkei bleiben. Wir freuen uns über diesen ersten Schritt zu Weihnachten.
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Gillian Phillips Dec 24
The press ruins Christmas for former drone suspects | Roy Greenslade
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Tarleton Gillespie Dec 23
Lots of good points in the essay, but the basic framing is dead wrong. "Tech platforms are not neutral. Turning them into censors does not solve that problem." Completely misses that platforms ALL ALREADY MODERATE. What's left is a question of how and why.
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Luminate Dec 14
Data ownership does not fix existing problems. It creates new ones. Instead, we need a framework that gives people rights about how their data is used, argues in MIT .
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