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Findings, recommendations and actions from ICO investigation into data analytics in political campaigns - read the preliminary findings on how it is now possible to send micro-targeted messages usi...

Findings, recommendations and actions from ICO investigation into data analytics in political campaigns - read the preliminary findings on how it is now possible to send micro-targeted messages usi... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has today (11 July) published a detailed update of her office’s investigation into the use of data analytics in political campaigns.

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WHY IT MATTERS: read this very detailed report that explains how political parties have used the Facebook data to create personalized messages and influence the election that led to the Brexit. Fascinating. Also read my posts on the data you leave behind - the data exhaust - that enables the creation of your digital twin: http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-twin 

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How micro-targeting works and why your #digital #data creates a #DigitalTwin of yourself that retailers, governments, political parties and others take advantage of to change your opinion or behavi...

How micro-targeting works and why your #digital #data creates a #DigitalTwin of yourself that retailers, governments, political parties and others take advantage of to change your opinion or behavi... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In May 2017 the Information Commissioner announced a formal investigation into the use of data analytics for political purposes. The investigation is one of the largest of its kind and is ongoing. This page will be updated as and when developments arise.

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WHY IT MATTERS: this report from the ICO data privacy organization in the UK explains in their recent report how political parties and companies use your private data to create a digital twin profile to then target you during your Internet journeys with micro-targeted messages. Also read my post on the digital twin concept: http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-twin 

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How political parties use your personal data to create a #DigitalTwin profile of yourself and send you targeted messages in #Facebook #Email #Ads and other via @ICO #UK #CambridgeAnalytica #privacy...

How political parties use your personal data to create a #DigitalTwin profile of yourself and send you targeted messages in #Facebook #Email #Ads and other via @ICO #UK #CambridgeAnalytica #privacy... | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In May 2017 the Information Commissioner announced a formal investigation into the use of data analytics for political purposes. The investigation is one of the largest of its kind and is ongoing. This page will be updated as and when developments arise.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: data that you post on Facebook or elsewhere is aggregated by political parties and retailers and governments and others to create a virtual profile of yourself - what I call the digital twin. See my post here for more on the digital twin: http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-twin/ 

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UK Investigation into data analytics for political purposes track the amount of data collected by political parties via @ICO #Facebook #CambridgeAnalytica

UK Investigation into data analytics for political purposes track the amount of data collected by political parties via @ICO #Facebook #CambridgeAnalytica | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In May 2017 the Information Commissioner announced a formal investigation into the use of data analytics for political purposes. The investigation is one of the largest of its kind and is ongoing. This page will be updated as and when developments arise.

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WHY IT MATTERS: this investigation on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal shows how much data is being collected by political parties.

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You have data and here are your rights - Your data matters @ICO #UK #privacy

You have data and here are your rights - Your data matters @ICO #UK #privacy | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

We live in a data-driven world. Almost every transaction and interaction you have with most organisations involves you sharing personal data, such as your name, address and birth date. You share data online too, every time you visit a website, search for or buy something, use social media or send an email.

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WHY IT MATTERS: ICO is the data protection organization in the UK. It provides a guide to your rights regarding data and privacy. Very useful and well done.

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Your Online Data Is In Peril. The Blockchain Could Save It. #TrustIssue @medium

Your Online Data Is In Peril. The Blockchain Could Save It. #TrustIssue @medium | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

The word “trust” is printed on things all around you. The dollar bill in your pocket. The box of Kleenex on your bedside table has a label that reads “trusted care.” In the physical world, it’s easy…

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WHY IT MATTERS: explores how blockchain technology may help protect private data and bring back some privacy.

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A New Tech Manifesto to envision a future where privacy, trust and personal data is valued properly #TrustIssues @medium

A New Tech Manifesto to envision a future where privacy, trust and personal data is valued properly #TrustIssues @medium | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

The promise of the internet isn’t that a few centralized powers will do everything for us. That’s the Old World, and we shouldn’t try to recreate it. The promise of an inter-networked world is that we can do more ourselves under new models of collaboration, whether in the fields of science or art or justice.
Imagine if we used our collective data to help us be better neighbors, partners, artists, citizens, and humans, rather than just better products to be auctioned off to the highest bidder. Imagine, too, if we could hold technology companies accountable by demanding that they share power more equitably with the people who use and enable their products and services.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: as privacy and trust erodes, this article provides some insight on how to shape the future to bring back trust and value of privacy and personal data.

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Plant Your Flag, Mark Your Territory so as to protect your #privacy and #onlineIdentity - if not others will do it — via @briankrebs

Plant Your Flag, Mark Your Territory so as to protect your #privacy and #onlineIdentity - if not others will do it — via @briankrebs | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Many people, particularly older folks, proudly declare they avoid using the Web to manage various accounts tied to their personal and financial data — including everything from utilities and mobile phones to retirement benefits and online banking services. The reasoning behind this strategy is as simple as it is alluring: What’s not put online can’t be hacked. But increasingly, adherents to this mantra are finding out the hard way that if you don’t plant your flag online, fraudsters and identity thieves may do it for you.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: I've been writing about concerns regarding online identity and privacy for a long time with blog posts such as "pyramid of digital needs", "digital twin" and "10 urgents actions to protect your identity". This article from Brian Krebs reminds us all that online identity must be protected and that it requires active actions on our part.

http://fmcs.digital/blog/pyramid-of-digital-needs/ 

http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-twin/ 

http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-moi-get-started-10-actions/ 

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Canada’s Digital ID Future - white paper by Canadian Bankers makes the case for creation of a national federated #digitalID system and regulation - I agree! #security #privacy 

Canada’s Digital ID Future - white paper by Canadian Bankers makes the case for creation of a national federated #digitalID system and regulation - I agree! #security #privacy  | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In this brief, we highlight why Canada needs a digital identity system, how other countries have made progress in this area and the lessons we can learn from those experiences to build a system in Canada.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: digital identification is at the base of the digital pyramid of needs. This white papers details the requirements for a national digital identification system that includes proper government regulations. FINALLY!

For more on the digital pyramid of needs: http://fmcs.digital/blog/pyramid-of-digital-needs/ 

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Kleiner Perkins’ Mary Meeker Internet Trends at Code 2018 #mustRead #weekendRead #video #AI #eCommerce

Kleiner Perkins’ Mary Meeker Internet Trends at Code 2018 #mustRead #weekendRead #video #AI #eCommerce | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

"When you have rising monetization, rising growth and rising data collection, it drives a lot of regulatory scrutiny whether it’s related to data privacy, competition or safety in content."

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: this is the annual presentation to level-set everyone on the Internet, mobile, ecommerce, cybersecurity, epayment, personalization, etc. She covers everything and shows that digital transformation is in full swing. Just WOW. Again.

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10 ways to keep your personal data safe online

10 ways to keep your personal data safe online | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In the wake of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, what happens to our personal data online is (rightly and sensibly) a bigger talking point than ever. The idea that giving our data away is a valid price for using free websites and online services is no longer taken as a given.

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WHY IT MATTERS: a number of useful things to know and do...

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Twitter to All Users: Change Your Password Now! — Krebs on Security

Twitter to All Users: Change Your Password Now! — Krebs on Security | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Twitter just asked all 300+ million users to reset their passwords, citing the exposure of user passwords via a bug that stored passwords in plain text — without protecting them with any sort of encryption technology that would mask a Twitter user’s true password. The social media giant says it has fixed the bug and that so far its investigation hasn’t turned up any signs of a breach or that anyone misused the information. But if you have a Twitter account, please change your account password now.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: if you have a twitter account, change your password now. And at the same time review all the apps you have granted access to in twitter and revoke all the access except for those you absolutely need. Just in case...

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How Facebook Figures Out Everyone You've Ever Met

How Facebook Figures Out Everyone You've Ever Met | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In real life, in the natural course of conversation, it is not uncommon to talk about a person you may know. You meet someone and say, “I’m from Sarasota,” and they say, “Oh, I have a grandparent in Sarasota,” and they tell you where they live and their name, and you may or may not recognize them.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: I introduced the concept of a "digital twin" in a recent blog post and this article describes how Facebook uses what you do online to create part of this digital twin profile you may not be ware of.

Also read the digital twin post: http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-twin/ 

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How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook targeting model really worked – according to the person who built it

How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook targeting model really worked – according to the person who built it | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

An email from Aleksandr Kogan sheds light on exactly how much your Facebook data reveals about you, and what data scientists can actually do with that information. The researcher whose work is at the center of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data analysis and political advertising uproar has revealed that his method worked much like the one Netflix uses to recommend movies.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: this well researched article with many links will provide hours of content to help you understand the Facebook breach. The data may surprise you both by the high accuracy that some predictive models have, and by the relatively low accuracy of other elements.

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Why the CDC Wants in on #Blockchain? It provides a secure and private way to transmit personal health data #notBitcoin #realUseCaseForBlockchain @MIT

Why the CDC Wants in on #Blockchain? It provides a secure and private way to transmit personal health data #notBitcoin #realUseCaseForBlockchain @MIT | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

For the past several months, Nasr has led a team working on several proofs of concept based on blockchain technology, with an eye toward building real applications next year. Most are geared toward better public health surveillance, which could include using a blockchain to more efficiently manage data during a crisis or to better track opioid abuse.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: bitcoin fraud, price volatility and other hacks have given bad press to the blockchain - the technology behind the bitcoin - when in fact it is the real revolution. Here is a very good use case for this new technology: using blockchain to send personal, private, confidential health information in a secure and protected way for the good of man kind.

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Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Policy Paper on key considerations regarding AI, including a set of guiding principles and recommendations #AI #Machine Learning #DigitalGovernance

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Policy Paper on key considerations regarding AI, including a set of guiding principles and recommendations #AI #Machine Learning #DigitalGovernance | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In this paper, we seek to provide an introduction to AI to policymakers and other stakeholders in the wider Internet ecosystem.

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WHY IT MATTERS: AI impact on our society will need to be regulated - the same way we have done for telecommunications, automobiles or nuclear armament. This paper presents some very interesting aspects to consider.

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Photographer Proves End of Privacy Is Here Through Photos That Will Blow Your Mind - only In Russia and China For Now

Photographer Proves End of Privacy Is Here Through Photos That Will Blow Your Mind - only In Russia and China For Now | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Google knows what you're looking for. Facebook knows what you like. The CIA knows how to use your TV/Smartphone to spy on you. Still think you have privacy?

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WHY IT MATTERS: facial recognition + social networks allow tools like this one to surface: take a picture of someone on the train and find their personal pictures on social networks. For now, only Russia and China allow this, I would expect this to be a business killer app for augmented reality glasses: the glass continuously takes pictures and overlays the LinkedIn profile of people you meet in business context. I would install that without thinking about it twice!

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How China is using facial recognition as the sharp end of their big data drive for total surveillance via @WashingtonPost #video #surveillance #security #privacy #nowhere2hide

How China is using facial recognition as the sharp end of their big data drive for total surveillance via @WashingtonPost #video #surveillance #security #privacy #nowhere2hide | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Facial recognition is the new hot tech topic in China. Banks, airports, hotels and even public toilets are all trying to verify people’s identities by analyzing their faces. But the police and security state have been the most enthusiastic about embracing this new technology.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: this article and video from the Washington Post provide a great over view of what China is doing with face and object recognition as part of its massive 500M cameras (2020 estimates). Nowhere to hide...

Same topic, see the BBC report and video: 7 minutes to get arrested http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-china-42248056/in-your-face-china-s-all-seeing-state 

Or the very good Bloomberg article : https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-17/china-said-to-test-facial-recognition-fence-in-muslim-heavy-area 

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"Banks, airports, hotels and even public toilets are all trying to verify people’s identities by analyzing their faces." Another unnerving #bigdata trend to look out for in China.

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Face recognition deals another blow at privacy #CES2018 #AI #privacy #BigBrother

Face recognition deals another blow at privacy #CES2018 #AI #privacy #BigBrother | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

What was once possible only via offline cloud computing servers is now built into the cameras themselves. Thus one should expect future security cameras to include not only the video feed but also meta data about objects and people in the scene they are scanning.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: Artificial Intelligence is getting into devices everywhere. This is a review of the state of the art with AI-powered security cameras as seen at the CES consumer electronic show in Vegas recently.

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Chinese police are using facial-recognition glasses to scan crowds for wanted criminals #security #privacy #AI 

Chinese police are using facial-recognition glasses to scan crowds for wanted criminals #security #privacy #AI  | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
  • Railway police have begun using facial-recognition eyewear to catch criminals.
  • In tests the glasses identified faces within 100 milliseconds.
  • Seven people have been arrested for a range of previous crimes, and another 26 were banned from travel.
  • China has been ramping up its use of facial-recognition technology as it moves toward a nationwide database that can recognize any citizen within three seconds.
Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: face recognition using AI has been around for a few years. It used to require large computers in the cloud. Not anymore. This changes everything.

1) privacy: it will become more and more difficult to protect your privacy in the future. I have written about this before, specifically when the Google glasses came out 3 years ago. It is a concept that is interpreted differently in countries and cultures - such as China vs USA.

2) China: is investing heavily to win the AI war with the US. So we should expect every product - from glasses to door bells to cell phones to cars - to have face recognition built into the device in the very near future. At the CES2018 show, I saw a number of companies that offer face recognition chips ready to be embedded at low price into any consumer device. So it *will* happen. More on China in a later post...

3) protection: people will naturally want to protect themselves. We should start to see face masks that are designed to fool face recognition hardware as has been shown to be possible recently.

More reading:

- google glasses face recognition: http://fmcs.digital/blog/kodak-cameras-banned-in-the-1880s-over-loss-of/ 

- CES security cameras: http://plus.lapresse.ca/screens/9ee3fba2-dd87-42c4-ae7c-b2478b752ec3%7C_0.html (in french)

- fooling face recognition: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/ne43pz/ai-fooling-glasses-could-be-good-enough-to-trick-facial-recognition-at-airports 

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The State of Ransomware reports that majority of companies recover from data backups - and only 3% pay the hackers to get their data back

The State of Ransomware reports that majority of companies recover from data backups - and only 3% pay the hackers to get their data back | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Ransomware has become one of the most prevalent new cybersecurity threats faced by today’s enterprises. Now well beyond the incipient stage of opportunistic attacks, this automated form of blackmail has increased in prevalence and sophistication. The malware now targets organizations of all sizes as the bad guys look for ways to extort money and create trouble for businesses by taking their data hostage. Dark Reading’s 2017 Ransomware Survey queried IT practitioners about their recent experiences with ransomware and related malware over the past 12 months. Some of the findings include:

  • 35% of organizations detected ransomware on their systems in the past year.
  • 83% of affected organizations responded to infection by deleting the encrypted data and reimagining their systems using backup data.
  • Two in five organizations don’t have a ransomware response plan in place.
  • Only 27% of organizations believe current anti-malware technology is effective in preventing ransomware.
  • Half of IT practitioners believe it will be harder to prevent ransomware from infecting their systems two years from now.
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WHY IT MATTERS: ransomware has made headlines in recent months but it appears that most organization manage to recover from backup data instead of paying the crooks. This report claims only 3% of organizations pay - but it still accounts for a whole lot of trouble, downtime and effort for those organization that find an alternate route. Better be prepared against those attacks!

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Protecting digital identity more important than ever: You must "claim" your digital properties: Facebook,  Linkedin, Social security, etc. to protect yourself from thieves & hackers via @BrianKrebs

Protecting digital identity more important than ever: You must "claim" your digital properties: Facebook,  Linkedin, Social security, etc. to protect yourself from thieves & hackers via @BrianKrebs | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

KrebsOnSecurity has long warned readers to plant your own flag at the my Social Security online portal of the U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) — even if you are not yet drawing benefits from the agency — because identity thieves have been registering accounts in peoples’ names and siphoning retirement and/or disability funds.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: It is important to be present on the digital mediums out there, from Facebook to LinkedIn and many others. No need to post or share anything personal, JUST CLAIM YOUR DIGITAL PLACE! Otherwise someone else may - with dire consequences.

I have written some posts that may complete this one from Krebs:

http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-twin/

http://fmcs.digital/blog/digital-moi-get-started-10-actions/ 

http://fmcs.digital/blog/pyramid-of-digital-needs/ 

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Twitter Followers Vanish Amid Inquiries Into Fake Accounts #fakeNews #trolls #me.com

Twitter Followers Vanish Amid Inquiries Into Fake Accounts #fakeNews #trolls #me.com | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Federal and state authorities are investigating the sellers of artificial followers and other fraudulent social media engagement.


Via Jessica Kelly
Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: we must remain more careful than ever regarding the explosion of "fake" social media. This article - along with another referenced in there - provides a glimpse at how huge the world of "fake" is on the Internet: fake news, fake accounts, fake reviews, etc. It raises serious questions about anonymity vs. "verified" and personally identifiable content/accounts - and the potential loss of privacy. Maybe blockchain will provide a solution to guarantee traceability to real individuals while retaining privacy? In any case, something has to happen otherwise the web and social media will soon become nothing but a polluted dump site of fake content....

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Jessica Kelly's curator insight, January 31, 2:20 PM
I'll admit, I'm enjoying this. I have never bought a follower, and I haven't lost any fake/bot followers this week. I use Twitter as a place for authentic communication and info-sharing, not self-aggrandizement or one-way broadcast. I have never followed someone unless I read their profile first, and as my account pushes close to 10K followers, I often recognize follower handles and pictures b/c I've read the bios. I make $0 for using my Twitter account, and while I sometimes think of quitting social, it's never b/c my account is just a front. I wonder if there's any hope that this purge--if it is a purge--will make Twitter feel even a tiny bit like it did in earlier days. We can hope, right?
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#BigData downsides: Fitness tracking app Strava gives away location of secret US army bases #privacy #security

#BigData downsides: Fitness tracking app Strava gives away location of secret US army bases #privacy #security | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Data about exercise routes shared online by soldiers can be used to pinpoint overseas facilities. Sensitive information about the location and staffing of military bases and spy outposts around the world has been revealed by a fitness tracking company.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: Big data and Internet of things - where every device in the world is connected - has huge potential. At the same time, this enhanced traceability has downsides for privacy and security, as evidenced by this article from The Guardian. Other similar examples in the past have highlighted the possible issues: robbers get caught by police when the photos they post of their robbery includes their GPS location, or face identification cameras in China let government track individuals as they walk the street. We will have to find a solution for this in the future.

Other articles I wrote about the strava Big Data visualization are here:

2017 dataset: http://fmcs.digital/blog/where-people-go-to-play-strava-global-heatmap-aggregates-1b-activities-and-13t-data-points-to-show-where-people-run-bike-in-the-world-bigdata-maps/ 

2015 dataset: http://fmcs.digital/blog/strava-170m-ridesruns-heatmap-shows-most-popular-bike-run-trails-of-2015-with-bigdata-gps-crowdsourcing/ 

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FINALLY something that helps improve #privacy on social networks: Facebook will use facial recognition to tell you when people upload your picture

FINALLY something that helps improve #privacy on social networks: Facebook will use facial recognition to tell you when people upload your picture | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

If anyone uploads a profile picture that includes your face, Facebook will alert you of that, too. “We’re doing this to prevent people from impersonating others on Facebook,” the company wrote on its blog Tuesday.

Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY IT MATTERS: anyone can post anything on Facebook or elsewhere on the net. Having a tool that spots your face on pictures to warn you may be the ultimate privacy-notification to come out of Facebook. I hope that other holders of large databases of pictures - especially Apple and Google because of their mobile phones - would do the same.

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