Commit 36e10384 authored by Laura Kalbag's avatar Laura Kalbag

Add Aral's latest blog post and a radar post

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title: "The Do’s and Don’ts of Tech Regulation"
date: 2019-05-12T11:26:55+01:00
categories: ["Updates"]
author: "Aral Balkan"
postURL: "https://ar.al/2019/05/11/the-dos-and-donts-of-tech-regulation/"
sourceURL: "https://ar.al"
sourceName: "Aral’s blog"
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Yesterday, I was interviewed on Al Jazeera news about the Macron-Zuckerberg meeting (Warning: the linked page on Al Jazeera includes privacy-eroding trackers, including Facebook.)1 in which they apparently decided on a framework of “co-regulation.”
This is not what I mean when I talk about the need to regulate surveillance capitalists.
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title: "The Doorbell Company That’s Selling Fear"
date: 2019-05-14T11:20:37+01:00
type: ["radar"]
author: "Laura Kalbag"
image: "/radar/the-doorbell-company-thats-selling-fear/image.png"
postURL: "https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/05/amazon-owned-ring-wants-report-crime-news/588394/"
forumLink: "https://forum.ind.ie/t/the-doorbell-company-that-s-selling-fear/2716"
publication: "The Atlantic"
writer: "Joshua Benton"
tags: ["Ring", "crime", "surveillance"]
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> “News organizations have multiple and sometimes conflicting incentives that might affect how they present the local police blotter. A company that sells security-optimized doorbells has only  *one*  incentive: emphasizing that  *the world is a scary place, and you need to buy our products to protect you*.”<!--more-->
Here is my comment on the matter.
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