Commit e452ac19 authored by Laura Kalbag's avatar Laura Kalbag

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title: "Communities at risk: How security fails are endangering the LBGTIQ+ community"
date: 2019-04-18T10:03:52+01:00
type: ["radar"]
author: "Laura Kalbag"
image: "/radar/communities-at-risk-how-security-fails-are-endangering-the-lgbtiqplus-community/image.jpg"
postURL: "https://privacyinternational.org/blog/2782/communities-risk-how-security-fails-are-endangering-lbgtiq-community"
forumLink: "https://forum.ind.ie/t/communities-at-risk-how-security-fails-are-endangering-the-lbgtiq-community/2683"
publication: "Privacy International"
writer: "Privacy International staff"
tags: ["discrimination", "security", "profiling"]
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> “This enables governments and companies to construct profiles of them, using these highly sensitive details to make inferences or predictions that may or may not be accurate. Increasingly, profiles are being used to make or inform consequential decisions, from credit scoring, to hiring, to policing.”<!--more-->
......@@ -13,4 +13,4 @@ tags: ["discrimination", "ads", "Facebook"]
> “A recent [study](https://arxiv.org/abs/1904.02095) led by researchers at Northeastern University and the University of Southern California shows that, given a large group of people who might be eligible to see an advertisement, Facebook will pick among them based on its own profit-maximizing calculations, sometimes serving ads to audiences that are skewed heavily by race and gender.”
> “An ad system that is designed to maximize clicks, and to maximize profits for Facebook, will naturally reinforce these social inequities and so serve as a barrier to equal opportunity.”
> “An ad system that is designed to maximize clicks, and to maximize profits for Facebook, will naturally reinforce these social inequities and so serve as a barrier to equal opportunity.”<!--more-->
......@@ -13,4 +13,4 @@ tags: ["Google", "surveillance", "dragnet"]
> “Technology companies have for years responded to court orders for specific users’ information. The new warrants go further, suggesting possible suspects and witnesses in the absence of other clues. Often, Google employees said, the company responds to a single warrant with location information on dozens or hundreds of devices.”
> “The technique illustrates a phenomenon privacy advocates have long referred to as the “if you build it, they will come” principle — anytime a technology company creates a system that could be used in surveillance, law enforcement inevitably comes knocking. Sensorvault, according to Google employees, includes detailed location records involving at least hundreds of millions of devices worldwide and dating back nearly a decade.”
> “The technique illustrates a phenomenon privacy advocates have long referred to as the “if you build it, they will come” principle — anytime a technology company creates a system that could be used in surveillance, law enforcement inevitably comes knocking. Sensorvault, according to Google employees, includes detailed location records involving at least hundreds of millions of devices worldwide and dating back nearly a decade.”<!--more-->
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