Archives de catégorie : bias

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 … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans algorithm bias, bias, Digital culture, Exploitation, Google, machine learning, Palantir, privacy, protection des données, social media, surveillance, Twitter, war | Commentaires fermés sur The US government wants to use social media platforms for the surveillance of non US citizens

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 … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans algorithm bias, bias, corruption, Digital culture, Ethnographie, everyday sexism, Exploitation, gender discrimination, immigrant, Power, qualitative research, repression, resistance, social impact, social media, social precarity, technology, Twitter, violence against women, women networks | Un commentaire

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, … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans algorithm bias, bias, Corporatism, corruption, cybersécurité, data justice, data security, Digital culture, ethique des données en ligne, GDPR, Google, intelligence artificielle, Justicenowhere, privacy, protection des données, RGPD, state surveillance, Transparency | Commentaires fermés sur The Matrix scenario : mindless minds