BIG TECH como Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft o Apple?

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BIG TECH como Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft o Apple?

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Ditching Big Tech for a More Decentralised Life

Though I have always been mindful about what I post on the Internet, I have become increasingly aware that it is not only the personal data we post about ourselves that should concern us. As was well highlighted in the docu-drama film, The Social Dilemma, by some of the designers responsible for the systems in place now, the data we share is only part of the problem. The likes of Facebook, YouTube, and others are placing data in front of our eyes, calling it ‘Personalisation’.

At some point, the usefulness of being shown what we most want to see became companies putting in front of us what they and other interested parties desire for us to think, want, and see. This kind of psychological manipulation leads to our very attention on sale and purchasable by the highest bidder. Such a powerful thing can involve anything from product placement to even the swaying of elections. Three years on from Cambridge Analytica, it is still happening. (By the way, Cambridge Analytica was operating as a shell company for the private British behavioural research and political PR company, SCL Group, which used data mining and data analysis.)

Facebook stores your biometric facial data (facial recognition material), your activity on other sites and apps and continuously tracks this, along with your politics and spending habits. Facebook also allows other companies to ‘scrape’ information from their users. Clearview AI, for example, sources their photos for their facial recognition software from Facebook. Incidentally, Clearview AI had a data breach last year. As most of us should by now know, gone is never completely gone – the pictures remained on the Clearview AI database even after users delete them from their social media accounts.

A plethora of privacy and security issues, daily ransomware attacks putting sensitive data at risk of being published led to a decision. In February this year, I decided to de-Facebook and de-Google my life. I will admit that, as with any (I will call it what it is) addiction, it was a little hard to withdraw. Everyone handles social media detox differently, and I realised the best way for me would be to carry it out in stages.

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BIG TECH como Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft o Apple?

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Microsoft, Amazon & PayPal Executives All Have Seats on the Boards of Police Foundations

In a recent letter to executives, hundreds of Microsoft employees asked the company, among other demands, to cancel its contracts with the Seattle Police Department and other law enforcement bodies, OneZero reported earlier this month. In the days following, Microsoft announced a moratorium on selling facial recognition software to police. Amazon and IBM pledged similar commitments. But the relationship between technology’s biggest companies often go much deeper than contracts and product purchases.

OneZero reviewed published research and publicly available information that reveals how these companies are intimately involved with police foundations across the country and are represented on police foundation boards of directors and donor lists. OneZero found a number of these types of partnerships in cities with a strong tech industry presence, including Seattle, San Jose, Washington, D.C., and Sacramento.

The Seattle Police Foundation cemented its relationship with Microsoft two years ago by welcoming Microsoft’s director of worldwide public safety, Kirk Arthur, onto its board of directors.

Technology companies make substantial donations to police organizations. On Thursday, corporate watchdog group LittleSis revealed a list of private-sector donors to police foundations across the country. Those donors include Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Amazon, Motorola, and Viacom.

Police foundations are nonprofit organizations that are often privately run and exist to support police departments through fundraising and advocacy efforts. They also provide a controversial loophole when it comes to purchasing equipment for local law enforcement, as nonprofits aren’t accountable to the same transparency rules as public agencies. In the past, police foundations have donated thousands of surveillance cameras, spy technology such as Palantir, “Stingray” phone tracker devices, and license plate readers to police departments with little to no public knowledge. Some have even used their influence to coordinate deals between technology companies and police departments.

These same foundations have surprisingly close ties to tech companies. In Seattle, for instance, the Seattle Police Foundation cemented its relationship with Microsoft two years ago by welcoming Microsoft’s director of worldwide public safety, Kirk Arthur, onto its board of directors. While Arthur’s stated mission at Microsoft is to enhance public safety and justice, the exact nature of Arthur’s duties at the foundation are unknown. Microsoft declined to comment on the matter, and the Seattle Police Foundation did not respond to OneZero’s questions about Arthur’s role at the nonprofit.

In addition to Arthur, the Seattle Police Foundation’s board also includes Christopher Ellis, Amazon’s corporate security manager (Ellis joined the board during his tenure as director of security for the Seattle Mariners). Amazon declined to comment on the record for this story.

Rod Diefendorf, COO of venture capital analytics firm PitchBook, was on the Seattle Police Foundation’s board until earlier this month, when he resigned. PitchBook has also discontinued its monetary support for the organization, indicating that it would donate to “other organizations which better embody our intended result” such as the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund.

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Silly mistakes that can cost ‘Big’ in Big Data Analytics

Big Data has played a major role in defining the expansion of businesses of all kinds as it helps the companies to understand their audience and devise their business techniques in accordance with the requirement.

The importance of ‘Data’ has been spoken very highly in the modern-day business. Thus, while using big data analysis, the companies must keep away from these minor mistakes otherwise it could have a major impact on their performances. Big Data analysis can be the silver bullet that can answer your questions and help your business to scale newer heights.

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