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- Eboch, M. M. editor.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Data brokers know all about you / Lois Beckett
- Big data has the potential to discriminate / Jason Furman and Tim Simcoe
- Data surveillance is all around us, and it will change our behavior / Uri Gal
- Surveillance can go too far / National Coalition against Censorship
- Corporate cybersnooping is a big business / Stephanie Simon and Josh Gerstein
- Data can improve city life / William Echikson
- Big data can make a company more efficient / World Economic Forum
- Data collection will improve health care / Carol McDonald
- Big data failed to predict the flu / Adam Kucharski
- Big data helps determine our leaders / Teradata India
- Government surveillance is a failure / Rachel Levinson-Waldman
- Data mining won't stop terrorism, but it is one step closer to the police state / American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts
- Big data can help predict crimes / H.V. Jagadish
- Data mining can be discriminatory / Jeremy Kun
- Anyonymity on the internet / Mary Madden and Lee Rainie.
- In this tech-obsessed day and age, there is no such thing as true security, unless you have no digital footprint whatsoever and live entirely off the grid. A smartphone, a laptop, an online shopping account, all of these things leave users vulnerable to data mining. The viewpoints in this resource debate data mining and whether it's a danger to society or, ultimately, a boon that will only help our technology-driven world grow more efficient. Readers will learn about the benefits of data mining as well as the pitfalls that come with security breaches.
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- Introducing Issues With Opposing Viewpoints
- Grade 9 to 12.
- 9781534501966 hardcover
- 1534501967 hardcover
- 1534502777 paperback
- 9781534502772 paperback
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