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Julia Powles
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Sam Hinds García Apr 17
Awesome profile of my colleague for
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Jessica Lessin 22h
Our big story on the latest on tensions between Google and DeepMind, the high flying AI company that has been in a sort of limbo since being acquired.
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Rutgers Law ⚖️ Apr 18
TOMORROW: Prof. will discuss the political power of the Big Five—Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple— at the 2018 Antitrust and Competition conference. ▶️ Save the livestream link now:
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Julia Powles Apr 18
The notion of such a consensus gives me concern. Count me as one who thinks a lot of what’s happened since 2000 should make us much more creative about data policy—and that ownership (which decidedly doesn’t reduce to commodification) shouldn’t be eliminated from the toolkit.
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Julia Powles Apr 17
New York ... it’s Roosevelt island time! Today, 4.30pm: on the promise and perils of precision medicine . Will be great!
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Jef Ausloos Apr 16
Stop Worrying, Trust The Machine!? - Ethics And Algorithms In A Big Data Context mini-conference slides of & Vedder now online
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Julia Powles Apr 13
Inspiring visual reflection of 's robust probing of "Corporate Data and Public Ends" this week by Next two weeks feat. rockstars & . Come join us!
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Print magazine Apr 12
“She’s produced something rare, a page-turning story whose pages are so brilliantly drawn you don’t want to turn them.”
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McKenzie Wark Apr 12
Professor Wilk will be awesome.
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Tow Center Apr 10
Replying to @TowCenter
Zuck says distribution of data belonging to *friends of people* who used the Cambridge Analytica tool, rather than the 300,000 who used it directly, is covered in the FB Platform TOS. The millions opted into Platform, he says, so they also opt in to being scraped on Friends lists
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emily bell Apr 10
ICYMI - a good looong livetweet thread from ...who did this so you didn’t have to
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jillian Apr 10
If you're just tuning in and need to tap into some expertise on Facebook, I recommend following/reading the work of (and many more)
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Siva Vaidhyanathan🗽🤘🏽 Apr 9
This is a major advance. The will ensure that scholars can finally study without prior review from the company. Some outstanding work will come from this -- work we have needed for a decade.
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Yafit Lev-Aretz Apr 9
What happens when corporate data meets public ends? Quite a lot. Excited to discuss the good and evil of and with a specific focus on at and 's Digital Life Seminar tomorrow!
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Evan Selinger Apr 9
Went long-form for , almost manifesto: "Will Tech Companies Ever Take Ethics Seriously?" Includes ideas from: , , , , .
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Jeremy Ashkenas Apr 4
You know, I really hate to keep beating a downed zuckerberg, but to the extent that expensive patents indicate corporate intent and direction — Come along for a ride, and let’s browse a few of Facebook’s recent U.S.P.T.O. patent applications…
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Atossa Araxia Abrahamian Apr 5
.'s new story on the guy who popularized 'deep state' is smart and funny as hell (just like he is!)
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Julia Powles Apr 5
Another super timely Law Tech Talk next Mon 9th, 6.30pm. On the heels of splendid provocations by : Platform Power with . Hosted by . Open to CT students and also live-streamed
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Hamed Haddadi Apr 4
Facebook said Wednesday that “malicious actors” took advantage of search tools on its platform, making it possible for them to discover the identities and collect information on most of its 2 billion users worldwide.
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Could this slow down please Apr 4
Google/Alphabet is about to build a "smart" sensor-driven neighborhood in Toronto as an experiment. Funny thing about all these futuristic visions is that they have no police, and thus no policy anticipating what role they play.
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