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Stiftung Datenschutz 8h
"A tectonic shift in public awareness about and security in the digital world has occurred in 2018. Some are even calling it “the great privacy awakening.” - ´s new report on :
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Francesca Bria 10h
Cites can deploy technology to serve people, to seed social innovation, and use data in the public interest: 2019 Report highlights our ethical data policy and campaign.
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Mozilla 19h
Most voice assistants only get smarter with the help of humans listening in. offers a different way: data collection & validation with consent to enable voice tech that's more accurate & representative of the population.
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TechRepublic Apr 24
Mozilla's 2019 Internet Health Report shines a light on the importance of activism to make the web a safer environment for all.
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Sam Gregory Apr 24
Glad to be part of report with perspective on how we prepare vs panic on , based on work
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The Tor Project Apr 24
"With onion services, women can share and access women’s health resources in countries where it is outlawed. Activists can organize with less fear of surveillance when there may be life or death consequences."
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julieowono Apr 24
It's finally here! just published this year's report. Find out about the good news, and the threats faced by the Internet: DNA data, deepfakes, bias in AI, submarine cables, targeted ad & more 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾 PS: visually, it's 🔥 💯
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Access Now Apr 24
A today from : The 2019 Report, with key issues including better machine decision-making, rethinking the ad economy, and the rise of smart cities.
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Mozilla Apr 24
Right now, Mozilla's is on talking about our 2019 Report. Watch live: Then, read the report:
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Renata Avila Apr 24
"The challenge for cities is to advance the adoption of digital tools that advance values of diversity, inclusion and fairness, rather than jumping on the latest ‘smart city’ trend." Report 2019 by
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Kasia Odrozek Apr 24
So proud of the 2019 Internet Health Report and our extended team including hundreds of contributors who made it happen. Published today, hope it will make you go 🤩 , then 🤔 and finally ✊
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Shreyas Narayanan Kutty Apr 24
I had the incredible opportunity to curate a reading list of this year's Internet Health Report by . My picks are: 1. & open knowledge 2.DNA Testing 3.Deepfakes 4.Decentralized Facebook 5.CoC in open source 6.Inhumane tech
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Mozilla Apr 24
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And there are dozens more articles, interviews, and data visualizations — on everything from the threat of deep fakes, to investment in undersea cables, to the dangers of sharing DNA results online. Read the full 2019 Report:
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Mozilla Apr 24
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The third spotlight article examines the rise of smart cities, and how local governments can integrate tech in a way that serves the public good, not commercial interests.
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Mozilla Apr 24
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Another spotlight examines ways to rethink the online advertising economy, so surveillance and addiction are no longer design necessities.
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Mozilla Apr 24
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This year’s Report features three spotlight articles. One examines the need for better machine decision making — that is, asking more questions like "Who designs the algorithms?" and "Who is being discriminated against?"
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Mozilla Apr 24
Today, Mozilla is publishing the 2019 Report — our third annual examination of the internet, its impact on society, and how it influences our everyday lives.
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Mozilla Apr 23
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Also: Facebook could provide an ad analyzer tool that truly empowers misinformation researchers.
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Mozilla Apr 23
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Facebook says it plans to address these concerns. One place to start: We’d love Facebook to stop tracking the sites we visit and then targeting us with ads.
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