Category Archives: algorithm bias

Google the beast

At the time when authorities and media are denouncing Google’s silencing practices over their employees, it is necessary to remind that Google has no administrative authority so we don’t really need the employees’ knowledge to kill Google, the beast. Law … Continue reading

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New definitions of privacy for mobile users

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What is a transformative design research framework?

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The US government wants to use social media platforms for the surveillance of non US citizens

  Why you should stop using social media : The US government’ plans to use Facebook, Twitter and Google for the surveillance and political targeting of non US citizens Following my precedent post about social media that was questioning a … Continue reading

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A modern disease : the social impact of the criminalization of women thinking

The Social Impact of the Criminalization of Women’s Thinking : Investigative journalists, critical academics, female activists, intellectuals and political leaders under a hail of bullets This analysis based on the observation of the systemic and structural violence against women generated … Continue reading

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Societies of desinformation : how narratives of financial corruption serving US sovereignity might ruin the world

[PART 3] The narratives of financial corruption and money laundering spread by powerful networks as Palantir for the account of corrupted states build the infrastructure of a corrupted economy that might be questionned and challenged for maintaining centralized relations of … Continue reading

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The Matrix scenario : mindless minds

During my years as a PhD researcher and then class A researcher, I noted that the law of privacy is in essence discriminative and biased against private individuals when confronted with interferences from financial networks. In a claim for efficiency, … Continue reading

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Ethique des données en ligne et protection des utilisateurs

Une lecture du rapport du NDG, dans le cadre du Réglement Européen sur la Protection des Données (RGPD), qui établit les principales recommandations.   Après la publication du rapport établi par la commissaire du NDG (National Data Guardian for Health … Continue reading

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How algorithms bias on Twitter favor media concentration, monopolies and manipulation

Algorithm bias excluding significant amounts of qualitative information, at the expense of creative alternative contents, and influencing public opinion   I write this post to underline how processes of social discrimination are actually activated via the use of encrypted codes … Continue reading

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