Momus Analytics' predictive scoring system is using race to grade potential jurors on vague qualities like "leadership" and "personal responsibility."
Credit scores based on AI and non-traditional data such as your social media profile could usher in a whole new way for banks to discriminate.
The founder of the 'Murder Accountability Project' explains the cases he's cracked in the US, and why police laws prevent similar outcomes abroad.
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Facebook’s CEO and founder testified in front of House and Senate committees on data security and how the social media site is trying to improve.
How to get off of people search sites like Pipl, Spokeo, and WhitePages.
Researchers at Yale Privacy Lab analyzed the existence of a hidden economy of trackers packaged into many of the most popular apps in Google Play.
Douglas McCauley works with tools like Global Fishing Watch to engage the public in the future of the oceans.
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