Poi c'è una cosa che è venuta maturando negli anni in Internet: una crescente giustificazione delle intrusioni da parte delle aziende nella vita degli utenti, riassunta nell'idea del "che mi importa? Tanto non ho niente da nascondere."
E invece no. Proprio perché non ho niente da nascondere nessuno ha diritto di intromettersi nella mia vita.
Se avessi fatto qualcosa sarebbe la polizia ad indagare, non G. FB. Tw. o chissà chi. E visto che non ho fatto niente, dei privati cosa vogliono da me?
I'm a great fan of active countermeasures, but I think a social issue won't be solved by individual action.
Makeup may even serve as an additional parameter for discrimination as well as incentive for tech improvement.
Some idiot had to get there sooner or later.
That this was ever allowed to happen is a mistake we will live long enough to die regretting the shitty world we are leaving our children.
Took me a while to understand it was a parody.
"Votre beau-frère vs. La consensus scientifique" is sublime
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New study: The advertising industry is systematically breaking the law
(submitted by robin_reala)
"In May, Nils Melzer, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on torture, condemned the “deliberate, concerted and sustained nature of the abuse inflicted on Mr Assange”.
“In 20 years of work with victims of war, violence and political persecution, I have never seen a group of democratic states ganging up to deliberately isolate, demonise and abuse a single individual for such a long time and with so little regard for human dignity and the rule of law.""
⚠️ New study by the Norwegian Consumer Council exposes how the advertising industry is systematically breaking the law
anno nuovo, episodio nuovo: "Violazioni privacy: chi paga?"
One couldn't hope as much if one paid for it. No, wait...
Modern data tracking is a big risk for democracy, if only because 'they' know exactly who joined the protest.
What a curious and surely undesired, er..., malfunction
apparently the hashtag 'dantealighieri' on Facebook in English posts gets translated in Italian to a pro-Salvini hashtag (Salvini is the leader of a racist right-wing party)
'The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade'
by Audrey Watters
@laetsgo How are you? Well settled in the new job, I guess? I hope you are having fabulous holidays with all your dears, and relaxing ones too. I'm taking the last available chance to send you my best wishes, I hope the new year and the new decade bring you all you desire. Also, I will be back, enough with silence.
Be well, my friend. Ave atque vale. W
A data knight, far too aware of the dark side.
The algorithmic is political. ('is' as in A⊆P)
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