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Links 1 through 10 of 697 by Jose Murilo tagged culturadigitalbre

This study examines the pioneering tactics Brazilian Internet freedom activists have used to defend what they refer to as the Internet livre – a free and open Internet. In particular, it explores how the concept of participatory democracy has uniquely informed Brazilian activist initiatives

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We now live in a world of algorithmic sorting and decision-making; social media platforms that harvest our data and present and obscure content in different ways in our feeds; recommendation algorithms used for targeted advertising; search algorithms showing tailored results; and predictive algorithms that may influence our chances of getting a loan or shape how much we pay for health insurance

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Our present digital culture is oriented towards the objective and the quantifiable more than the subjective and the qualitative. The software we work with reflects the analytical minds of the people who built it, such as my friend. The downside of all this is a possible failure to understand and capture the paradoxical elements of life.

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“The digital economy is a house of cards built on fictional growth metrics that drive companies to raise money, undercut human workers, sell on the public markets and then – almost inevitably – collapse under the weight of public market demands"

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rank Pasquale exposes how powerful interests abuse secrecy for profit and explains ways to rein them in. Demanding transparency is only the first step. An intelligible society would assure that key decisions of its most important firms are fair, nondiscriminatory, and open to criticism.

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In this extract from When Google Met WikiLeaks Assange describes his encounter with Schmidt and how he came to conclude that it was far from an innocent exchange of views.

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Edward Snowden not only told the world about US state surveillance of national and personal secrets, he reminded us that almost all the companies surveying us for commercial gain are American.

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Features an amazingly prescient interview with internet pioneer Paul Baran, in which he warns of the risks of government centralized use -- and misuse -- of state-run digital surveillance, 24 years before the EFF was founded

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We argue that this is far from a neutral charitable strategy but instead an ideological commitment to promote neoliberal economic policies and corporate globalisation.

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Derived from heavy metal album covers, São Paulo’s distinctive street writing is rooted in a desire to protest against inequality in Brazil’s largest city. But some pixadores now fear their work is being ‘sold out’.

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