The Real Privacy Problem

An in-depth article on the privacy implications of data-mining technology and the surveillance state. We are already seeing some of this come true; people flagged by the TSA's automated algorithms for special attention often can't be told why they were flagged. If a system can't tell you why it singled you out, there can be no real consequences for the system making poor decisions.

This entry was published Thu Oct 24 18:21:37 CDT 2013 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2013-10-24 18:21:37.0. [Tweet]

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