Category Archives: 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 … 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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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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Escaping the internet in hard times

  With the increase of automated decision-making and technocratic procedures, the WWW – or KKK? – has become a place of nightmare and madness for the most vulnerable and underrepresented communities due to the concentration of power into the hands … Continue reading

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Counter-mapping attackers and organized crime in Canada, US and Europe

Mapping patterns for surveillance and criminalization of targeted individuals in public institutions During the time I was a precarious PhD sholar in academia (2007-2013), I observed how policies of criminalization and victimization are being instrumentalized against targeted individuals by the … Continue reading

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