Article personal data, “What happens after the data leaves our browser is a mystery but we know data brokers buy and sell this info. For eg Epsilon literally sells audience data on ailments and medications” – @madhumita29

We know personal data is the currency of the internet, but turns out health websites in the UK are some of the most egregious data traders, sharing medical symptoms, diagnoses, fertility/period info and more. Our @ft investigation @maxharlow https://t.co/yOaGxQu0lJ — Madhumita Murgia (@madhumita29) November 13, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Best ideas shared, “presenting my paper with @nonso2 on the economics of prison labor, the price of prisons and the lasting effects of incarceration at the Econ History seminar” – @belindaarch

In case folks are at or around Yale @Yale tomorrow, I will be presenting my paper with @nonso2 on the economics of prison labor, the price of prisons and the lasting effects of incarceration at the Econ History seminar: https://t.co/r4H6b1Nli7 pic.twitter.com/e9omDY1zfg — Belinda Archibong (@belindaarch) November 10, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Best ideas shared, “Digital technologies raise challenges not only to equality, but also to equity.” – @profmgilman

In other words, digital technologies raise challenges not only to equality (being treated fairly), but also to equity (having what you need to fulfill your human potential). Illegal discrimination magnifies economic disparities, but equality doctrine alone cannot lead to equity.Michele Gilman, twitter @profmgilmanClinical law professor fighting for and writing about social justice, data privacy, economic … Continue reading Best ideas shared, “Digital technologies raise challenges not only to equality, but also to equity.” – @profmgilman

Best ideas shared, “I argue that if ethics aligns itself with the force of technology, this may overrule the force of law, and, paradoxically, reduce the space for ethics.” – @mireillemoret

Hildebrandt, M. (2019). 11. Closure: on ethics, code and law. In Law for Computer Scientists. Retrieved from https://lawforcomputerscientists.pubpub.org/pub/nx5zv2ux https://lawforcomputerscientists.pubpub.org/pub/nx5zv2ux This – final – chapter investigates the distinction between law, code and ethics, their interrelationship and their interaction. It is a bonus chapter for those interested in the nexus of law and ethics, in the light … Continue reading Best ideas shared, “I argue that if ethics aligns itself with the force of technology, this may overrule the force of law, and, paradoxically, reduce the space for ethics.” – @mireillemoret

Best ideas shared – Personal Data: The Emergence of a New Asset Class – @wef posted in Feb 2011

https://www.weforum.org/reports/personal-data-emergence-new-asset-class Published on: Thursday 17th of February 2011 Personal data is becoming a new economic “asset class”, a valuable resource for the 21st century that will touch all aspects of society. This report finds that, to unlock the full potential of personal data, a balanced ecosystem with increased trust between individuals, government and the private sector is … Continue reading Best ideas shared – Personal Data: The Emergence of a New Asset Class – @wef posted in Feb 2011