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The LAPD Has a New Surveillance Formula, Powered by Palantir
"Because they over-patrol certain areas. If you’re only looking on Crenshaw and you’re only pulling Black people over then it’s only gonna make it look like, you know, whoever you pulled over or whoever you searched or whoever you criminalized that’s gonna be where you found something" - member of a focus group convened by the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition
police  police-data  predictive-policing  crime-data  criminal-justice  lapd  palantir  bias  disparate-impact  algorithmic-bias  algorithmic-abuse 
12 days ago by tarakc02
RT : This is amazing work on the feedback loops of predictive policing. Well done
Palantir  from twitter
13 days ago by azadag
Palantir Knows Everything About You
from Mika's dad

"All human relations are a matter of record, ready to be revealed by a clever algorithm. Everyone is a spidergram now."
Palantir  Bloomberg  data  JPMorgan  PeterCavicchia  PeterThiel  CIA  security  fraud  FrankBisignano  FirstData  spidergram 
24 days ago by cosmic
Palantir Knows Everything About You
Peter Thiel’s data-mining company is using War on Terror tools to track American citizens. The scary thing? Palantir is desperate for new customers.
Palantir  PeterThiel  profile  privacy  surveillance  review  critique  Bloomberg  2018 
24 days ago by inspiral
Palantir Knows Everything About You
Founded in 2004 by Peter Thiel and some fellow PayPal alumni, Palantir cut its teeth working for the Pentagon and the CIA in Afghanistan and Iraq. The company’s engineers and products don’t do any spying themselves; they’re more like a spy’s brain, collecting and analyzing information that’s fed in from the hands, eyes, nose, and ears. The software combs through disparate data sources—financial documents, airline reservations, cellphone records, social media postings—and searches for connections that human analysts might miss. It then presents the linkages in colorful, easy-to-interpret graphics that look like spider webs. U.S. spies and special forces loved it immediately; they deployed Palantir to synthesize and sort the blizzard of battlefield intelligence. It helped planners avoid roadside bombs, track insurgents for assassination, even hunt down Osama bin Laden. The military success led to federal contracts on the civilian side....

People and objects pop up on the Palantir screen inside boxes connected to other boxes by radiating lines labeled with the relationship: “Colleague of,” “Lives with,” “Operator of [cell number],” “Owner of [vehicle],” “Sibling of,” even “Lover of.” If the authorities have a picture, the rest is easy. Tapping databases of driver’s license and ID photos, law enforcement agencies can now identify more than half the population of U.S. adults.
big_data  network_mapping  palantir 
25 days ago by shannon_mattern
Palantir Knows Everything About You
When whole communities like East L.A. are algorithmically scraped for pre-crime suspects, data is destiny, says Saba
DAD  palantir 
28 days ago by becky_hogge

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