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WashPost: Guess Which Cable News Network Covered The Cohen Raid The Least

The Washington Post's Philip Bump reports on how the major networks covered the Cohen raid. Read The Full Article.

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US House Of Representatives Energy And Commerce Committee Facebook Hearing Memo Cites Article

The U.S. House Of Representatives Committee On Energy And Commerce's April 9, 2018 memo titled "Hearing on “Facebook: Transparency and…

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RealClearPolitics: Introducing RealClearPolitics' Fact Check Review

Kalev's piece introducing the new RealClearPolitics Fact Check Review and surveying some of its first findings. Read The Full Article.

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RealClearPolitics Fact Check Review Launches

The new RealClearPolitics Fact Check Review officially launched this morning. See The Fact Check Review. Learn About It.

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MediaBuzz's Howard Kurtz and Mollie Hemingway Discuss RCP's New 'Fact Check Review'

Howard Kurtz previewed the new Real Clear Politics Fact Check Review on his show today. See The Video.

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OECD: Latin American Economic Outlook 2018

The OECD's Latin American Economic Outlook 2018 report includes a chart of global trade support created by BBVA using GDELT. Learn…

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Estonia's Bright Vision For A Digital-First Future

Estonia's model of innovation, proactive legislation facilitating public discourse and absolute enshrinement of personal control, consent and transparency over data…

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It's Time For Facebook To Stop Talking And Start Listening

Perhaps in a world where social media platforms actually listened to the voices they were designed to empower, they could…

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Zuckerberg Silently Deletes His Past Into The Orwellian Memory Hole

Zuckerberg is secretly airbrushing away his past, silently reaching into other peoples' private Messenger inboxes to selectively delete any imperfect…

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Interview About Facebook On South Korea's "This Morning" on eFM 101.3

Kalev was interviewed this morning on South Korea's tbs eFM This Morning about the Facebook story. Listen to The Show….

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Facebook's Medical Research Project Shows It Just Doesn't Understand Consent

To Facebook we are all just data points to be secretly exploited, rather than human individuals whose informed consent must…

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The Data Brokers So Powerful Even Facebook Bought Their Data – But They Got Me Wildly Wrong

If we are to have a societal reckoning about privacy, we need to stop talking just about Facebook and start…

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Why Are We Just Finding Out Now That All Two Billion Facebook Users May Have Been Harvested?

The real story is not Facebook's revelation of two billion harvested profiles – it's why it took until now to…

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The Algorithms Take Over: Will Facebook's Private Message Scanning Lead To Autonomous Censorship?

With Zuckerberg’s acknowledgement this past Monday that Facebook secretly scans all of our private messages, a key unanswered question is…

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The Cloud Is Rising To The Cybersecurity Challenge

In a world of seemingly hourly data breaches, can the transition to the cloud help businesses reimagine how they manage…

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How Google Earth And Google Maps Taught Us To See The World From Above

Looking back at how one university reacted 15 years ago to the rise of high resolution aerial imagery and a…

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Do We Have The Right To Hide From Facebook's AI Algorithms?

As Facebook deploys an ever-growing number of machine learning algorithms to process its users’ posts and private communications, from facial…

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Geoversiv's Peace Synapse

Geoversiv's beautiful work of art called the "Peace Synapse" is a network visualization built using the GKG and was featured…

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How Data Brokers And Pharmacies Commercialize Our Medical Data

In a world in which our most intimate medical ailments are merely commodity data points to be bought and sold…

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Facebook Keeps Saying 'Trust Us': Is It Finally Time To Say No More?

Facebook’s unblinking algorithms silently shape what we see and say without us having any right to understand the rules they…

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Predicting Community Engagement On Reddit Using TensorFlow, GDELT, And Cloud Dataflow: Part 3

Google's Sergei Sokolenko, Cloud Dataflow Product Manager, wrote this fantastic tutorial showcasing how to predict community engagement on Reddit around…

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WashPost: The more important woman in the news recently? Hillary Clinton — at least at Fox

The Washington Post's Philip Bump uses the Television Explorer to compare coverage of Stormy Daniels versus Hillary Clinton on the…

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Vox: How Fox News turned the March for Our Lives into an attack on the 2nd Amendment

Vox's Alvin Chang uses the Television Explorer to compare how the different networks covered the "March for Our Lives" event….

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Facebook's Response To Its Phone Record Harvesting Shows Nothing Has Changed

Facebook's tone deaf response to its harvesting of phone records, that it is our fault for giving it permission without…