I was reading a description of different advanced analytics methods and I felt there was something quite wrong. I had hard time putting my finger on it. Technically the descriptions were accurate, but at a more subtle level there was...
If you were a progressive on the morning of Nov. 9, 2016, chances are you were apoplectic about the polls — and viscerally angry at every single nerd who analyzed them.
Nate Silver failed us, so the Tweetstorm went. So did The Upshot, Cook
So Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal has you freaked.
The social media giant's appetite for your personal data combined with its ability to exploit it for profit regardless of societal cost has soured many on the company. But as we
This week on the internet, we've collectively ripped Mark Zuckerberg as he attempts to save Facebook from public scrutiny by the U.S. government.
Zuck's two-day stint testifying in front of Congress this week after the Cambridge Analytica data
With daily revelations about Facebook, and our data (and I use that term loosely), and the nuances of constitutes privacy on the aforementioned social network, do we ever stop and think about our relationship with LinkedIn. I’m not talking
The deed is done. You've accessed the Facebook tool and discovered that your data was harvested by Cambridge Analytica. And, it's all thanks to "a friend of yours."
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Mark Zuckerberg appears to have (accidentally) embraced data transparency, thanks to an open notebook and a scrum of photojournalists.
The Facebook CEO testified before the senate on Tuesday regarding the Cambridge Analytica scandal that compromised
Didn't get the notification that Facebook promised to send out informing you whether your data was harvested by Cambridge Analytica? Yeah, neither did we.
But, a new tool launched by Facebook will give you an instant answer to the question at
Did Cambridge Analytica steal your Facebook data?
You'll finally be getting an answer to the question that's been at the forefront of your mind since we first caught wind of the scandal in which users' data was being used for a political firm
Another day, another twist in the Cambridge Analytica saga. And like any political scandal of the past year, now Russia is involved.
Facebook already upped the number of its users whose data was unknowingly used for a political data firm from 50
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