I’ve turned a recent presentation at an AI Ethics conference into an article that suggests our current approach to privacy rights relies on a flawed, property-based model. From lessons learned while teaching privacy workshops to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals framework, this presentation covered a lot of ground.
Tag: data privacy
Not only are Canadian political parties not subject to privacy laws, but they are also not immune to the appeal of cutting-edge digital tools for data-driven marketing and persuasion. It’s a bad mix.
On the constructive use of bullshit to bypass important conversations about data collection and data privacy.
Two interviews have hit my ears in the past few days, and I highly recommend them both: Nilay Patel interviews Shoshana Zuboff on Vergecast,and Sam Harris interviews Roger McNamee on the Making Sense podcast.