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    https://oglobo.globo.com/economia/fac...ios-de-usuarios-do-messenger-23874683
    Tags: , , , by mila (2019-08-14) | Cache | PDF | PNG | Permalink
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    https://qz.com/1666776/data-firm-idei...ge-analytica-methods-to-target-voters
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    https://noticias.uol.com.br/politica/...rgio-moro-de-conceder-entrevistas.htm
    Tags: , , by mila (2019-08-13) | Cache | PDF | PNG | Permalink
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    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/11/world/americas/youtube-brazil.html
    Tags: , , by mila (2019-08-12) | Cache | PDF | PNG | Permalink
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  5. Notícias denunciaram uso ilegal de WhatsApp para disseminar fake news nas eleições; Campanhas dos candidatos à Presidência podem ter cometido crime eleitoral; Apesar de abrirem investigação, MP e PF pouco avançaram após oito meses
    https://noticias.uol.com.br/politica/...akenews-eleicoes-spoofing-policia.htm
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  6. Quito podría ser la primera ciudad de Ecuador en aplicar videovigilancia con inteligencia artificial y reconocimiento facial, según anticipó el alcalde Jorge Yunda en una visita al Servicio Integrado de Seguridad ECU 911. Existe un debate sobre el uso de esta tecnología de vigilancia, que se considera lesiva para la privacidad de los ciudadanos.
    https://www.primicias.ec/noticias/tec...ocimiento-facial-seguridad-privacidad
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  7. En la remota provincia de Jujuy, en el norte de Argentina, el gigante chino de telecomunicaciones ZTE está instalando una parte del gran aparato de vigilancia del país asiático: cámaras de seguridad que, según el Gobierno provincial, ayudarán a frenar el delito callejero.
    https://lta.reuters.com/articulo/argentina-china-zte-idLTAKCN1U01EB-OUSLT
    Tags: , , , , by mila (2019-07-31) | Cache | PDF | PNG | Permalink
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  8. In Facebook’s vision, the actual end-to-end encryption client itself such as WhatsApp will include embedded content moderation and blacklist filtering algorithms. These algorithms will be continually updated from a central cloud service, but will run locally on the user’s device, scanning each cleartext message before it is sent and each encrypted message after it is decrypted.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kalevlee...t-the-hands-of-facebook/#11cacc015362
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  9. One of Big Tech’s most vocal critics in the US Congress has introduced a bill to limit social-media companies’ ability to use design features like infinite scrolling, video autoplay, and achievement badges (like “power user”). Under Senator Josh Hawley’s Social Media Addiction Reduction Technology (SMART) Act, companies would instead have to build features that let users set limits on how long they’ve been glued to the screen.
    https://www.technologyreview.com/f/61...ive-design-legislation-smart-act-bill
    Tags: , , , by mila (2019-07-31) | Cache | Permalink
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  10. The Digital Services Act could replace the decades-old framework of the e-Commerce Directive, a note by the European Commission suggests. The document outlines a complete overhaul of the rules governing the net.
    https://netzpolitik.org/2019/leaked-d...-new-law-to-regulate-online-platforms
    Tags: , , by mila (2019-07-17) | Cache | PDF | PNG | Permalink
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