#Cyberculture agenda: A Wired piece- “How Cambridge Analytica Sparked the Great Privacy Awakening”

How Cambridge Analytica Sparked the Great Privacy Awakening

Repercussions from the scandal swirling around the data analytics firm continue to be felt across the tech industry.

March 13, 2019

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Moderators are struggling to defend a critical information resource from state-sponsored trolls.

A close reading of Facebook’s wild nudity and sex guidelines

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