Tag: trust

Digitally Literate #237

The Knapsack Problem Digitally Lit #237 – 3/14/2020** Hi all, welcome to issue #237 of Digitally Literate. I posted and shared the following this week: Teaching When Things Go Sideways – In this post I share the talk I have with students as we prepare for the unplanned in our classrooms. Building Ethical Communities -…

This is what disinformation looks like – Twitter Thread

This is what disinformation looks like – Twitter Thread (Twitter)

“This is what disinformation looks like. There’s many forms, many intermediate aims, but the long term goal is not to *use* the information environment, but to render it inoperable. Once accuracy bias and trust are eliminated there is only power. https://t.co/aUAbEotOLO”

Thread by @holden: “This is what disinformation looks like. There’s many forms, many intermediate aims, but the long term goal is not to use the information env […]”

The Lifespan of a Lie

The Lifespan of a Lie – Trust Issues – Medium by Ben Blum (Medium)

It was late in the evening of August 16th, 1971, and twenty-two-year-old Douglas Korpi, a slim, short-statured Berkeley graduate with a mop of pale, shaggy hair, was locked in a dark closet in the…

Ben Blum on the Stanford Prison Experiment in Medium. The famous psychology experiment was apparently a sham, and yet it continues to inform criminal justice policy, education and more. It was a defining moment in what has become perhaps the best-known psychology study of all time. Whether you learned about Philip Zimbardo’s famous “Stanford Prison Experiment”…

The Cambridge Analytica – Facebook Debacle: A legal primer

This post from Andrew Keene Woods on the Lawfare blog is a great legal primer on the moving parts of the debacle. Woods indicates that this was not a  ‘breach’ of data, but it was a breach of trust. Several key takeaways from this piece by Woods: [Aleksandr] Kogan did not need to get Facebook data through the back door.…