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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by Nathan Gilliatt tagged privacy

Twitter's dual role as a globally open channel for opinions and as a data source for analysts creates serious challenges when the opinions are political and the analysts work for governments.

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Bruce Schneier on the use of social data for social control. Good points on the potential abuse of personal data and decision-making algorithms.

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A must-read. To quote a commenter, "save it, archive it and read it again every so often."

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As TVs get smart, they get nosy, too? This person monitored the data his TV was sending home and didn't like what he found.

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Monitoring individuals' activity in social media by using their account credentials is completely different from monitoring publicly available posts. More states are deciding that students need to be protected from the more intrusive version.

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Active users of Facebook generate a lot of data. It doesn't take a warrant or court order for Facebook to give much of it to government agencies that ask.

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Spokeo runs into the Fair Credit Reporting Act and discovers limits to the use of compiled personal profiles.

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Identifying anonymous bloggers through their analytics accounts (and other slips), and how to minimize the risk of exposure.

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If social media analysis integrates with CRM, and a wealth analysis platform integrates with CRM, then you could connect the dots between social media users and wealthy individuals. Just one example of how analytics will continue to connect disparate databases in interesting, powerful, and scary ways.

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