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Doomscrolling Eternal
Professor & snowboarder. I spend a lot of time thinking (& not enough time writing) about surveillance, privacy, tech & data in education.
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Jeff Gallant 26m
Please, please, please check the YouTube videos you’re using in class or assigning. Do they have ads? If so, your students are probably going to be assigned videos with political advertisements until November. They’re local to Georgia when I start one, and they’re terrible.
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Doomscrolling Eternal 12h
TIL that a California company that was big into scammy robocalls was named MODOK. Entirely too on the nose.
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Doomscrolling Eternal 12h
Replying to @brooklynmarie
I hate them.
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Doomscrolling Eternal 15h
Replying to @rcalo @jvagle and 6 others
Nah! I’m happy to be able to sit in!
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Doomscrolling Eternal 17h
Replying to @harmonygritz
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Doomscrolling Eternal 17h
Can you still drag Bezos though? 🤦🏿‍♂️ “...the company’s terms and conditions feature a significant point under the ‘content restrictions’ header that claims podcasts cannot feature anti-Amazon rhetoric.”
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Doomscrolling Eternal 17h
Killing journalism while also having journalists do the work on your platform that you refuse to do is some real insidious shit.
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Doomscrolling Eternal 17h
Replying to @shengokai
Thank you!
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Doomscrolling Eternal 18h
Replying to @kim_weatherall @lyria1
Thank you!
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Doomscrolling Eternal 18h
Replying to @hypervisible
Rub some AI on it. I’m sure that will fix it. 🤦🏿‍♂️
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Doomscrolling Eternal 18h
Replying to @hypervisible
Researcher: “groups are easy to find because Facebook’s own algorithm recommends them.”
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Doomscrolling Eternal 18h
“They [Facebook] said that while they’d try to stay on top of it, they’d also likely continue to lean on researchers and journalists to help them decipher terminology and determine what’s dangerous rhetoric versus sarcastic shitposting.” Unreal. 🤬
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Doomscrolling Eternal 19h
Replying to @KarlBode
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Doomscrolling Eternal 19h
Replying to @oliviersylvain
Great! Thank you!
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Doomscrolling Eternal 19h
In case (like me) you were wondering.
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Ryan Calo 19h
Being a committed exceptionalist 😉, I have ideas about how technology differs from other social facts or phenomena. One is that legal indeterminacy helps address the supposed pacing problem by increasing the law's flexibility in ways that keep pace with tech's social impacts.
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Mar Hicks 22h
Replying to @histoftech
The plan is apparently to make it impossible for faculty and staff to do our jobs unless we click agree. This is the definition of coercive, it should not hold up in court, and yet the university is doing it. I’d like to say publicly: I do not waive my rights, no matter what.
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Mar Hicks 22h
My university asked me to sign a liability waiver. I say “asked” but it’s forced. I can’t get my class rolls until I click “accept.” So during a time when my efforts should be going to preparing for the semester I’m locked out of our online system & can’t even get class rolls.
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Doomscrolling Eternal 19h
Not working on anything concrete, but I feel like there are good rebuttals of that argument but have not seen them succinctly put to this point. Now I have a lot of reading to do, but that’s not a bad thing.
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