This week, we consider the implications of an Algorithmic Accountability Act, rebalancing the freedom of companies to capture and use our data with our right to informed consent. Plus: Protect your privacy against hidden cameras during your next business trip.
- Booker, Wyden, Clarke Introduce Bill Requiring Companies to Target Bias in Corporate Algorithms
- A new bill would force companies to check their algorithms for bias, Adi Robertson
- Democrats draw up bill that would require tech platforms to assess algorithmic bias, Taylor Hatmaker
- MIT Technology Review
- The Algorithm Newsletter
- It’s Time to Panic About Privacy, Farhad Manjoo
- The Big Nine, Amy Webb
- How to find hidden cameras in your AirBnB, and anywhere else, Michael Grothaus
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Algorithmic Accountability and Privacy – Inside PR 543 by Joseph Thornley, Gini Dietrich, Martin Waxman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.