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Can Machine Learning Be Secure?
Machine learning systems offer unparalled flexibility in dealing with evolving input in a variety of applications, such as intrusion detection systems and spam e-mail filtering. However, machine learning algorithms themselves can be a target of attack by a malicious adversary. This paper provides a framework for answering the question, “Can machine learning be secure?” Novel contributions of this paper include a taxonomy of different types of attacks on machine learning techniques and systems, a variety of defenses against those attacks, a discussion of ideas that are important to security for machine learning, an analytical model giving a lower bound on attacker’s work function, and a list of open problems.
machinelearning  security 
2 days ago
OFFC | Urban Fictions
A class / workshop that explores the impacts of increasing access to our personal data by taking the participants' own data trails as raw material for observation, analysis and speculation.
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2 days ago
Social Networks and Labor Markets: How Strong Ties Relate to Job Finding On Facebook’s Social Network
Social networks are important for finding jobs, but which ties are most useful?
Granovetter (1973) suggested that “weak ties” are more valuable than “strong ties,” since strong ties have redundant information, while weak ties have new information. Using six million Facebook users’ data we find evidence for the opposite. We proxy for job help by identifying people who eventually work with a pre-existing friend. Using objective tie strength measures and our job help proxy, we find that most people are helped through one of their numerous weak ties, but a single stronger tie is significantly more valuable at the margin.
socialnetworks  Facebook  labor 
2 days ago
Twitter and White Supremacy, A Love Story | Dame Magazine
Social media is a haven for hate groups, who use the instantaneous medium to organize and troll. So why do the platforms continue to protect them and not those they abuse?
race  socialmedia  hate  manipulation 
2 days ago
On the reception and detection of pseudo-profound bullshit
Although bullshit is common in everyday life and has attracted attention from philosophers, its reception (critical or ingenuous) has not, to our knowledge, been subject to empirical investigation. Here we focus on pseudo-profound bullshit, which consists of seemingly impressive assertions that are presented as true and meaningful but are actually vacuous. We presented participants with bullshit statements consisting of buzzwords randomly organized into statements with syntactic structure but no discernible meaning (e.g., “Wholeness quiets infinite phenomena”). Across multiple studies, the propensity to judge bullshit statements as profound was associated with a variety of conceptually relevant variables (e.g., intuitive cognitive style, supernatural belief). Parallel associations were less evident among profundity judgments for more conventionally profound (e.g., “A wet person does not fear the rain”) or mundane (e.g., “Newborn babies require constant attention”) statements. These results support the idea that some people are more receptive to this type of bullshit and that detecting it is not merely a matter of indiscriminate skepticism but rather a discernment of deceptive vagueness in otherwise impressive sounding claims. Our results also suggest that a bias toward accepting statements as true may be an important component of pseudo-profound bullshit receptivity.
philosophy  deception  manipulation 
3 days ago
Reading the news on Trump: Are we empty vessels or active filters? » Nieman Journalism Lab
Reading the news on Trump: Are we empty vessels or active filters?
Strategic, mindful, emotional, and attached: These four features capture the main ways in which a sample of 72 American adults read news stories about President…
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3 days ago
The Lost Boys - The Atlantic
The Lost Boys
The sudden emergence of the so-called alt-right from the dark recesses of the internet into the American mainstream was at first more baffling than shocking.…
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9 days ago
Andrew Anglin: The Making of an American Nazi - The Atlantic
The Making of an American Nazi
O n December 16, 2016, Tanya Gersh answered her phone and heard gunshots. Startled, she hung up. Gersh, a real-estate agent who lives in Whitefish, Montana,…
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9 days ago
Promethea Unbound — The Atavist Magazine
Promethea Unbound
Promethea Unbound A child genius raised in poverty, she wanted to change the world. Then a horrific act of violence nearly destroyed her. One The Atavist…
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18 days ago
Do social media threaten democracy? - Scandal, outrage and politics
Do social media threaten democracy?
IN 1962 a British political scientist, Bernard Crick, published “In Defence of Politics”. He argued that the art of political horse-trading, far from being…
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21 days ago
Why is anyone listening to Tim O’Reilly? | The Outline
Why is anyone listening to Tim O’Reilly?
WTF: What’s the Future and Why It’s Up To Us , the latest book from the influential conference organizer and Silicon Valley’s go-to technical publisher Tim…
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4 weeks ago
What Facebook Did to American Democracy - The Atlantic
What Facebook Did to American Democracy
Want to receive exclusive insights from The Atlantic—while supporting a sustainable future for independent journalism? Join our new membership program, The…
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5 weeks ago
Is Washington bungling the Census?
Is Washington bungling the Census?
Doug Chayka for POLITICO For more than 200 years, the federal government has regularly taken an immense survey of American business called the Economic Census .…
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5 weeks ago
Monopoly Men | Boston Review
Monopoly Men
Science & Nature Monopoly Men After an eventful summer in Silicon Valley, there is blood in the water. At stake is democracy itself. Oct 11, 2017 14 Min read…
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5 weeks ago
The Big Picture: Trump on Twitter | Public Books
The Big Picture: Trump on Twitter | Public Books
O n its face, Twitter appears to be a quintessentially democratic medium. It promotes individualized expression, helps build social networks, and, until…
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5 weeks ago
Silicon Valley Is Not Your Friend - The New York Times
Silicon Valley Is Not Your Friend
By Noam Cohen @noamcohen is the author of “The Know-It-Alls: The Rise of Silicon Valley as a Political Powerhouse and Social Wrecking Ball,” from which this…
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6 weeks ago
The Unspoken Reason California Wants More Illegal Immigrants
The Unspoken Reason California Wants More Illegal Immigrants
California politicians offered many reasons last week for praising a new law making it a “sanctuary state.” Gov. Jerry Brown, who signed the bill, said that in…
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6 weeks ago
The Yale Law Journal - Forum: Real Talk About Fake News: Towards a Better Theory for Platform Governance
Real Talk About Fake News: Towards a Better Theory for Platform Governance
VOLUME 127 2017-2018 Forum Real Talk About Fake News: Towards a Better Theory for Platform Governance 09 Oct 2017 Nabiha Syed This rupture gives us an excellent…
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6 weeks ago
DeepMind's new AI ethics unit is the company's next big move | WIRED UK
DeepMind's new AI ethics unit is the company's next big move
DrAfter123/iStock A s we hand over more of our lives to artificial intelligence systems, keeping a firm grip on their ethical and societal impact is crucial.…
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7 weeks ago
Here's How Breitbart And Milo Smuggled White Nationalism Into The Mainstream
Here's How Breitbart And Milo Smuggled Nazi and White Nationalist Ideas Into The Mainstream
In August, after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville ended in murder, Steve Bannon insisted that "there's no room in American society" for neo-Nazis,…
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7 weeks ago
What fake-news readers actually look like - Business Insider
Here's a glimpse at what fake-news readers look like — on the right and the left
version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? Dragan Radovanovic / Business Insider The Trade Desk , an advertising-technology company, took a dive into the cookie pools of…
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7 weeks ago
I Spent a Week Using Only the Alt-Right's Vision of the Internet | WIRED
Tired of the Liberal Agenda Infecting Your Social Media? There's an App For That
Scroll with me here. Somebody named BeatlesBaby makes “a very badass chicken curry.” Look, there’s a nice sepia-tinted pencil drawing of Ned Stark from Game of…
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7 weeks ago
Rebekah Mercer Is Leading an Army of Alt-Right Women | Dame Magazine
Rebekah Mercer Is Leading an Army of Alt-Right Women
The images of the tiki-torch-carrying men who rallied in Charlottesville leave the impression that white supremacy is made up exclusively of angry, young, white…
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7 weeks ago
The New Infrastructure of Inequality – ADJACENT
The New Infrastructure of Inequality – ADJACENT
You can’t fight injustice if you can’t see it. In today’s digital world, social, economic, and racial injustice is hidden in new ways, shrouded in proprietary…
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7 weeks ago
SixPlus | Private Dining: Simplified
A tool for finding private dining rooms.
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8 weeks ago
A Step-By-Step Guide To How Russian Bots Trick Far-Right Trolls Into Spreading Fake News
A Step-By-Step Guide To How Russian Bots Trick Far-Right Trolls Into Spreading Fake News
Throughout elections in the US, France, and most recently Germany, there have been questions about the efficacy of the far right's "meme magic" or "meme…
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8 weeks ago
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Scout | The Moral Hazards of Robot Adoption
We’re sitting around the table eating Cheerios—my wife sipping tea, Mika playing with her spoon, me suggesting apple picking over the weekend—when Yang slams…
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8 weeks ago
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Scout | Jesus Christ is Not in Your Contacts
In February of 1832, Sir Clarence Westminster; a professor of the School of Paleontology at the Norcastle University in London, England; arranged for his…
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8 weeks ago
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Scout | Are Bubbled-in Megacities in Our Future?
At Scout, we're fascinated by how climate change, growing inequality, and technological advancement will shape the future of human life on earth. How will…
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8 weeks ago
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Scout | Anatomy of a Facebook PR Disaster
About Dispatches Community How the world's largest personal data mine deals with disaster and what that means for privacy and security. by berit anderson…
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8 weeks ago
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Scout | A Post-Apocalyptic Utopia Walks Into a Bar
Sundays at the Belt and Braces were the busiest, and there was always competition for the best jobs. The first person through the door hit the lights and…
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8 weeks ago
Push for Gender Equality in Tech? Some Men Say It’s Gone Too Far - The New York Times
Push for Gender Equality in Tech? Some Men Say It’s Gone Too Far
SAN FRANCISCO — Their complaints flow on Reddit forums, on video game message boards, on private Facebook pages and across Twitter. They argue for everything…
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8 weeks ago
Chinese economists say Big Data can replace markets in planned economies / Boing Boing
Chinese economists say Big Data can replace markets in planned economies
In a paper in the World Review of Political Economy , economists from Sichuan University propose a model for an efficient planned economy that uses a hybrid of…
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9 weeks ago
How the Independent created a fake news Facebook card out of a real story
How the Independent created a fake news Facebook card out of a real story
Here’s a thing going around Facebook today: Chicago mayor Rahm Emmanuel banned Trump from Chicago! So did Rahm go Rahm-bo? Did he ban Trump from the city?…
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10 weeks ago
Donald Trump Is the First White President - The Atlantic
The First White President
It is insufficient to state the obvious of Donald Trump: that he is a white man who would not be president were it not for this fact. With one immediate…
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11 weeks ago
The Fake-News Fallacy | The New Yorker
The Fake-News Fallacy
Radio, in its early days, was seen as a means for spreading hysteria and hatred, just as the Internet is today. Illustration by Oliver Munday On the evening of…
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11 weeks ago
Sign In - Hilton Honors
Sign In - Hilton Honors
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12 weeks ago
The Professor Is In | Getting You Through Graduate School, The Job Market and Tenure…
A former professor who now mentors / coaches academics for aca and alt-ac careers.
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12 weeks ago
What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team - The New York Times
What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
L ike most 25-year-olds, Julia Rozovsky wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. She had worked at a consulting firm, but it wasn’t a good match. Then…
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august 2017
A Most American Terrorist: The Making Of Dylann Roof | GQ
A Most American Terrorist: The Making Of Dylann Roof
Sitting beside the church, drinking from a bottle of Smirnoff Ice, he thought he had to go in and shoot them. They were a small prayer group—a rising-star…
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august 2017
Men’s Rights Activism Is the Gateway Drug for the Alt-Right
Men’s-Rights Activism Is the Gateway Drug for the Alt-Right
Christopher Cantwell. Photo: Courtesy of YouTube/VICE News Christopher Cantwell has a knack for getting himself noticed. The 36-year-old white supremacist with…
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august 2017
I Lost My Son to the Alt-Right
I Lost My Son to the Alt-Right Movement
“I knew he was going to Charlottesville and I was worried.” Photo: Albin Lohr-Jones/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images My son was in Charlottesville. He…
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august 2017
How Hate Groups Forced Online Platforms to Reveal Their True Nature - The New York Times
How Hate Groups Forced Online Platforms to Reveal Their True Nature
Illustration by Jon Han White supremacist marchers had not yet lit their torches when the deletions began. The ‘‘Unite the Right’’ Facebook page, which had been…
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august 2017
Science doesn’t explain tech’s diversity problem — history does - The Verge
Science doesn’t explain tech’s diversity problem — history does | The Verge
In 2017, the idea that biological differences drive social inequality is considered fairly offensive. For the incurious, the taboo around this argument makes it…
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august 2017
Ellen Pao: This Is How Sexism Works in Silicon Valley
Ellen Pao: This Is How Sexism Works in Silicon Valley
In December 2010 , Sheryl Sandberg gave a talk about women’s leadership in which she mentioned “sitting at the table.” Women, she said, have to pull up a chair…
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august 2017
Fighting Neo-Nazis and the Future of Free Expression | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Fighting Neo-Nazis and the Future of Free Expression
In the wake of Charlottesville, both GoDaddy and Google have refused to manage the domain registration for the Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website that, in the…
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august 2017
I Studied the Alt-Right So You Don’t Have To – Form and Resonance – Medium
I Studied the Alt-Right So You Don’t Have To – Form and Resonance – Medium
Some practical recommendations for nipping white nationalism in the bud Patriot Prayer gathers at Westlake Center in Seattle on August 13, 2017 This weekend —…
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august 2017
James Damore interview: Fired Google engineer on his memo's effect on women - Business Insider
Fired Google engineer says his memo actually empowered women
A lot of the debate about fired Google memo writer James Damore has centered around his views, the science he cited, and whether or not he deserved to get…
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august 2017
Microsoft Chatbot Trolls Shoppers for Online Sex | WIRED
Microsoft Chatbot Trolls Shoppers for Online Sex
Tech companies pitch chatbots to businesses as a way to keep customers coming back for more. A new bot built by Microsoft employees in their spare time is…
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august 2017
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August 5: The automobile’s first road trip – great inventions take a village, or at least a family
by Brad Smith and Carol Ann Browne In the early morning hours on this day in 1888, Bertha Benz and her two teenage sons, Richard and Eugen, rolled the first…
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august 2017
The Rise of the Thought Leader | New Republic
The Rise of the Thought Leader
Writing in one of Mussolini’s prisons in the 1930s, the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci jotted down the fragments that would become his theory of intellectuals…
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august 2017
The Competence of Others: Understanding Perceptions of Others' Civic Abilities | Items
The Competence of Others: Understanding Perceptions of Others’ Civic Abilities
Democracy is closer to its ideal when it is more open, accessible, and representative. However, everyone does not participate equally in politics. Upper-income…
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august 2017
On Truth and Lies in a Pragmatic, Performative Sense (with my respects to Nietzsche) or why Reality…
On Truth and Lies in a Pragmatic, Performative Sense (with my respects to Nietzsche) or why Reality Needs a Better PR Department.
Gabriella Coleman (Talk delivered at the 2016 American Anthropological Association Meetings and forthcoming in Hau as part of the keyword book on “Fake.”) Like…
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august 2017
Where I want to Go
Where I want to Go
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july 2017
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Added to your image favorites See all (Restricted to wallpaper use only) Close-up of a fly on flower stamens © Alberto Ghizzi Panizza/Getty Images
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july 2017
Using Deep Learning and Google Street View to Estimate the Demographic Makeup of the US
The United States spends more than $1B each year on initiatives such as the American
Community Survey (ACS), a labor-intensive door-to-door study that measures
statistics relating to race, gender, education, occupation, unemployment, and other
demographic factors 1
. Although a comprehensive source of data, the lag between
demographic changes and their appearance in the ACS can exceed half a decade. As
digital imagery becomes ubiquitous and machine vision techniques improve, automated
data analysis may provide a cheaper and faster alternative. Here, we present a method
that determines socioeconomic trends from 50 million images of street scenes, gathered
in 200 American cities by Google Street View cars. Using deep learning-based
computer vision techniques, we determined the make, model, and year of all motor
vehicles encountered in particular neighborhoods. Data from this census of motor vehicles,
which enumerated 22M automobiles in total (8% of all automobiles in the US), was
used to accurately estimate income, race, education, and voting patterns, with singleprecinct
resolution. (The average US precinct contains approximately 1000 people.)
The resulting associations are surprisingly simple and powerful. For instance, if the
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number of sedans encountered during a 15-minute drive through a city is higher than
the number of pickup trucks, the city is likely to vote for a Democrat during the next
Presidential election (88% chance); otherwise, it is likely to vote Republican (82%).
Our results suggest that automated systems for monitoring demographic trends may
effectively complement labor-intensive approaches, with the potential to detect trends
with fine spatial resolution, in close to real time.
census  demographics  AI 
july 2017
Where Have All the Workers Gone - Boston Fed.pdf - Google Drive
The labor force participation rate in the U.S. has declined since 2007 primarily because of population aging and ongoing trends that preceded the recession. The participation rate has evolved differently, and for different reasons, across demographic groups. A rise in school enrollment has largely offset declining participation for young workers since the 1990s. Participation in the labor force has been declining for prime age men for decades, and about half of prime age men who are not in the labor force (NLF) may have a serious health condition that is a barrier to work. Nearly half of prime age NLF men take pain medication on a daily basis, and in nearly two-thirds of cases they take prescription pain medication. The labor force participation rate has stopped rising for cohorts of women born after 1960. Prime age men who are out of the labor force report that they experience notably low levels of emotional well-being throughout their days and that they derive relatively little meaning from their daily activities. Employed and NLF women, by contrast, report similar levels of subjective well-being. Over the past decade retirements have increased by about the same amount as aggregate labor force participation has declined. Continued population aging is expected to reduce the labor force participation rate by 0.2 to 0.3 percentage point per year over the next decade. A meaningful rise in labor force participation will require a reversal in the secular trends affecting various demographic groups, and perhaps immigration reform.
labor  work 
july 2017
#StandingRockSyllabus – NYC Stands with Standing Rock
This syllabus project contributes to the already substantial work of the Sacred Stones Camp, Red Warrior Camp, and the Oceti Sakowin Camp to resist the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which threatens traditional and treaty-guaranteed Great Sioux Nation territory. The Pipeline violates the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868 and 1851 signed by the United States, as well as recent United States environmental regulations. The potentially 1,200-mile pipeline presents the same environmental and human dangers as the Keystone XL pipeline, and would transport hydraulically fractured (fracked) crude oil from the Bakken Oil Fields in North Dakota to connect with existing pipelines in Illinois. While the pipeline was originally planned upriver from the predominantly white border town of Bismarck, North Dakota, the new route passes immediately above the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, crossing Lake Oahe, tributaries of Lake Sakakawea, the Missouri River twice, and the Mississippi River once. Now is the time to stand in solidarity with Standing Rock against catastrophic environmental damage.
politics  syllabus  nativeamericans  culture 
july 2017
How (Not) to Buy an Academic – Casey Fiesler – Medium
How (Not) to Buy an Academic – Casey Fiesler – Medium
Sadly this is not the life of a university professor. (“Sport of Tycoons” by Carl Banks, Flickr /CC-BY-NC-ND) Here’s a scary thought: “Google has been paying…
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july 2017
A Whimsical Wordsmith Charts a Course Beyond Twitter - The New York Times
A Whimsical Wordsmith Charts a Course Beyond Twitter
T here are a few things we should clear up about the Twitter humorist known as “jomny sun.” Although sun’s Twitter bio describes him as an “aliebn confuesed…
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july 2017
Save the Census - The New York Times
Opinion | Save the Census
A census bureau worker in Houston in 2010. Johnny Hanson/Houston Chronicle, via Associated Press An administration uninterested in staffing federal agencies, at…
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july 2017
Facebook’s Secret Censorship Rules Protect White Men from Hate Speech But Not Black Children - ProPublica
Facebook’s Secret Censorship Rules Protect White Men from Hate Speech But Not Black Children
In the wake of a terrorist attack in London earlier this month, a U.S. congressman wrote a Facebook post in which he called for the slaughter of “radicalized”…
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june 2017
The spy who pwned me | Limn
The spy who pwned me
Issue Number Eight: Hacks, Leaks, and Breaches How did we get to state-sponsored hacking? Matt Jones traces the legal authorities and technical capacities that…
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june 2017
Dylann Roof, 4chan, and the New Online Racism
Dylann Roof, 4chan, and the New Online Racism
4chan’s trolling culture didn’t just birth Guy Fawkes hacktivism—it also inspired the racist and neo-fascist sites where the Charleston terrorist lurked. Photo…
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june 2017
Social Cooling
If you feel you are being watched,
you change your behavior.

Big Data is supercharging this effect.
This could limit your desire to take risks or exercise free speech.

Over the long term these 'chilling effects' could 'cool down' society.
bigdata  censorship  privacy  surveillance 
june 2017
Our problem isn’t ‘fake news.’ Our problems are trust and manipulation.
Our problem isn’t ‘fake news.’ Our problems are trust and manipulation.
“Propaganda is the executive arm of the invisible government.” — Edward Bernays, Propaganda (1928) “Fake news” is merely a symptom of greater social ills. Our…
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june 2017
To Fight Police Violence, Demand Digital Sanctuary | Civicist
To Fight Police Violence, Demand Digital Sanctuary | Civicist
Editor’s note: Malkia Cyril gave this moving talk at Personal Democracy Forum 2017. The text is reprinted here in full, and you can watch the video of her talk…
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june 2017
Über die Meme der Produktion(Matt Goerzen)
Notes Toward the Memes of Production (Matt Goerzen)
View of Barbara Streisand’s Malibu residence If affect is one factor playing an outsize role in the rise of populism, media strategy stands as another – with…
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june 2017
Mapping and quantifying political information warfare – SHARE LAB
Mapping and quantifying political information warfare
”Throughout the history communication and information have been fundamental sources of power and counter-power, of domination and social change.This is because…
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june 2017
The Religious Origins of Fake News and “Alternative Facts” | Religion Dispatches
The Religious Origins of Fake News and "Alternative Facts"
Facebook 17k Twitter Google+ Share Perhaps one of the strangest instances of fake news that proliferated in the final months of the 2016 election was the…
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june 2017
Secret Algorithms Threaten the Rule of Law - MIT Technology Review
Algorithms that predict recidivism among convicts are troubling for many reasons
P redicting and shaping what you will do next—whether as a shopper, worker, or voter—is big business for data-driven firms. But should their methods also inform…
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june 2017
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