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"Odds after the latest iPhone Update made it harder for APS to track a user's online activity. Something Facebook depends on for ads. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz reports. Apple users must now give permission for APS to track your online activity data. Before you could only opt out. It's about time. Jenny Gephardt is with the privacy nonprofit, The Electronic Frontier Foundation. Switching from Opt out to captain is here that is that's going to really Make a lot more users opt out of this tracking feature, but it wasn't built for user's. It was built for advertisers. But companies like Facebook and Google generate billions and online advertising harvesting your data. Facebook said. Apples move will harm their small business advertisers, and it's about profit, not privacy. Facebook took out a full page ad in The New York Times to oppose the move and another bottle over social media. Some lawmakers are taking up legislation that would find social media giants for banning politicians from their sights. Florida's governor is set to sign a bill that would do just that. Governor Rhonda Santa's is also said to sign a bill tightening voting laws, which is sparking fears of a boycott. Prominent Georgia based companies like Coca Cola in Delta Airlines, it spoke out against the state's election law. After fierce public backlash. Question now is if Florida businesses will take a similar stand on this new bill. The Florida bill puts restrictions on ballot drop boxes and voting by mail, among other things. California heading toward a likely recall election for Governor Gavin Newsom, the Democrat, is under fire for many From many for his handling of the pandemic. At least seven Republicans have officially said they're running to replace Newsome, the most high profile of the bunch. Former Olympian reality star in transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner Jenner, now under fire from many LGBT groups and activists herself for comments she's made about trans athletes. Some states moved to pass bills aimed at keeping transgender kids, especially trans girls out of school sports. Gender now says she'd back such a law in California. Jenner's latest comments coming has over 30 States consider banning trans athletes competing based on identity. In five states is now against the law for transgender girls to compete on a girl's sports team in public schools that was ABC, Zoran Shop, the ongoing restaurant worker shortage around the country. We've been covering well, it keeps getting worse. More and more people want to go out to eat, but almost 40% of restaurant owners say they're having trouble finding people to work this after six million people. Lost their jobs just in the first six weeks of the pandemic. CBS is Tyler job reports from Wisconsin. The restaurant is so understaffed that it has to close up shot every Wednesday. Everybody's on the breaking point. The pay is not.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:52 min | Last week

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunny on Thursday High around 60. Right now. Partly sunny 64 degrees in Beverly 65 in Avon and 64 in Boston. Actress Olympia Dukakis has died at the age of 89. She passed away yesterday morning in New York. Dukakis won an Oscar as shares mother in a comedy Moonstruck. She also played the mom to Kirstie Alley. And Look who's talking. And received rave reviews as a widow in the movie, Steel Magnolias, Olympia Dukakis was born in Lowell graduated from Arlington High, got her master's degree in performing Arts and BU. She was also the cousin off former Governor Michael Dukakis. Enrollment in Boston public schools dropping just over 4% this year. With the decline concentrated among black and Hispanic students. The decrease was highest in the elementary grades in the last three years. Meanwhile, Boston schools have seen about an 8.3% decline in enrollment. Apple and Facebook now on a collision course after Apple made it harder for APS to track users online activity in its latest mobile operating system update. Here's more from CBS is Adrian Ideas, Apple users must now give permission for APS to track your online activity down. Before you could only opt out. It's about time. Jenny Gephardt is with the privacy nonprofit, The Electronic Frontier Foundation. Switching from Opt out to captain is here that is that's going to really Make a lot more users opt out of this tracking feature, but it wasn't built for user's. It was built for advertisers. But companies like Facebook and Google generate billions and online advertising harvesting your data. Facebook said. Apples move will harm their small business advertisers, and it's about profit, not privacy. Also, I want to mention that Facebook took out a full page ad in The New York Times to oppose.

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02:37 min | Last week

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Splashdown he space X Crew Dragon capsule, making the first night time water landing with NASA astronauts and 53 years. The spacecraft, bringing Americans Victor Glover, Mike Hopkins and Shannon Walker and Japanese astronauts to each in a Gucci home. After nearly six months on the international space station, they splashed down just before three o'clock this morning in the darkness on Florida's Gulf Coast. Near Panama City, the U. S Coast guard issuing a two mile safety zone for the splashdown area in an attempt to keep pleasure boaters from I mean close to the spacecraft Enrollment in Boston public schools dropping just over 4% this year, with the decline concentrated among black and Hispanic students. Decrease was highest in the elementary grades. In the last three years, Boston schools have seen an 8.3% decline in enrollment. Apple and Facebook on a collision course after Apple made it harder for APS to track users online activity in its latest mobile operating system Update. CBS is Adriana Diaz. Apple users must now gave permission for APS to track your online activity data. Before you could only opt out. It's about time. Jenny Gephardt is with the privacy nonprofit, The Electronic Frontier Foundation. Switching from Opt out to captain is here that is that's going to really Make a lot more users opt out of this tracking feature, but it wasn't built for user's. It was built for advertisers. But companies like Facebook and Google generate billions and online advertising harvesting your data. Facebook said Apples move will harm their small business advertisers and it's about profit, not privacy, they spoke, took out a full page ad in The New York Times to oppose the move. You know. Seven Wall Street now in business with Bloomberg used car prices don't show any sign of letting up the cocks. Manheim Index of Auction prices jumped 58% year over year. Zo'or regime is a manager with Cox Automotive Eye popping number that's for sure. But more of the interested I was painting should be put on the month of Vermont movies, not the year of your most because of the destruction caused by the pandemic, and in that category, prices are at a record rising almost 7% in the first half of April from March, prices are rising as the economy Improves a chip shortages denting production of new cars that could make their way to use lots and car owners air holding onto vehicles longer. Consumers are opting, divided, at least vehicle at the end of their least term, or consumers aren't doing it. And the dealers might buying a sedan instead of an SUV is one way to get something more affordable. Buying an order vehicle or buying.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:32 min | Last week

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Decline in enrollment service held yesterday in socko, main for 50 year Old Secret Service officer Keith Mills, who died last weekend during training. During his shift at the Bush family compound in Kennebunkport Mills protected the late President George H. W. Bush and former President George W. Bush. An autopsy Has been conducted. The cause of death has not been released. Mills joined the Kennebunkport Police department in 1992 and then left the department 10 years later to join. The Secret Service, Apple and Facebook on a collision course after Apple made it harder for APS to track users online activity. Its latest mobile operating system, Update. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz Apple users must now give permission for APS to track your online activity data before you could only opt out. It's about time. Jenny Gephardt is with the privacy nonprofit The Electronic Frontier Foundation. Switching from Opt out to captain is here that is that's going to really Make a lot more users opt out of this tracking feature, but it wasn't built for user's. It was built for advertisers. But companies like Facebook and Google generate billions and online advertising harvesting your data, Facebook said. Apples move will harm their small business advertisers. And it's about profit, not privacy, and Facebook took out a full page ad in The New York Times. To oppose that move. It is six or seven to Wall Street.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Rework

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06:05 min | 1 year ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Rework

"What Harry Potter character. Are you. Sometimes one person will pass their phone around and everyone takes the quizzes on the same device and so I try to talk to her about really nerdy things like well. You know if you're signed in as you and you're filling out that survey then it's possible. They're collecting data on you and then if you hand the phone to your friend and they fill out stuff a searching for stuff type stuff in then those databases recorded rated as you. So do you want that you know. How do I care about privacy? And how do I care about whether my my survey about which which Harry Potter character I am is being recorded by Cambridge Analytical are where they're gonNA look all the harmonies and all her. My unease are going to vote for so and so that's the other thing about digital citizenship to borrow a term that these monitoring companies use privacy. Experts have a lot of concerns when it comes to how apps like bark and Gaggle store the data they collect and for how long again. Here's Johnny Gephardt with the EFF. Are they collecting it and keeping it until you graduate or are no longer in the school system like okay. What happens then is it actually deleted and thrown into a volcano off the face of the Earth very technologically difficult to do right secure? Deletion is a very difficult problem problem. And if not that okay is it aggregated. Is it an itemized. Another really hard thing to do to effectively anonymous data sets we can expect a data set at bark mark or Gaggle Perhaps to be leaked we can also expect it to be shared somewhere down the line. That's the thing that we have to prepare for right. Even if the current leadership of the company says they'll never do that they could be sold for even if we trust the holder of this data. Right now we might not trust the person in charge of it tomorrow. And then let's say our anonymised aggregated data to say is shared and all of a sudden it becomes much easier to denies it with every headline about a data breach with headline about people demonizing Census Data Ada. It becomes more and more concrete people. This is something we need to think about. Even if it's not actively happening right now there is a high likelihood that it will look at the business this model and is that business model in the interest of your children and their safety Are there ways at that. Business Model could corrupt a service that you might like entrust today how. How could that change in the future? Right great can you imagine advertising playing enrollment. Can you imagine certain types of data sharing whether with other companies or with the government. There are a lot of ways that even if and it's a big if even if you trust and value a service right now that it could change in a big way in the future I mean look the erosion of facebook's privacy policy over the past ten years the need for overall consumer we're educated about privacy and online security is. Why at a lot of Adam dodgers trainings? He recommends that families sit down and tackle this stuff together. He says. Start googling yourself and putting your email address into have I been shown dot com to check whether it's been exposed in a data breach then drill down into setting up strong passwords getting a password password manager and enabling two factor authentication. Those steps established a baseline for trickier ongoing conversations. Again tell parents hey. Don't put these these tracking APPS or these monitoring APPs on your kids devices but we can say is look you should really be having conversations about the reasoning behind that. Because I feel like if you're just putting tracking APP on a phone and saying hey this is normal and this is normal behavior in this is healthy behavior. Then they're gonNA grow up thinking that and if they decide to use that in a way that's not healthy they might have a real tough time delineating between the positive negatives of a decision like that. There isn't a parenting APP. Remember Monitoring Monitoring APPs but there isn't a parenting APM. I think knowing the difference is really important and really having conversations about consent privacy expectations with How that technology is going to be used as so powerful because not only does it affect the relationship between parent and their child but you're also setting an example all for how they should treat others moving forward and how they should treat their partners or their kids in the future someday and I think I think that's incredibly powerful? We shouldn't mistake this as a technology issue. We should see this for what it is. which is a human relationships issue? It's a parenting issue. I was in high school when the Columbine shooting took place and I'm not old enough to have a daughter who is the age of the children who were killed in Sandy Hook. I don't know how to address depression and bullying and mass mass shootings and white nationalism. And all these extra central threats to my child and her classmates but also know that for me personally. I'm not going to find the answer and an APP made by venture backed company. Jenny Gephardt from the F. F. for her part things. We should look to kids for ideas. If there is a silver aligning to this pervasive surveillance. Panopticon that we are putting our students and I say that with a big if if there is a silver lining is that is going to give students a chance to realize that they. They can control their own technology that they can circumvent surveillance and censorship. That's imposed on them. It could be that same lightbulb moment that I had in middle school trying to get to my space. Uh on a much larger scale so I think there's at least in an educational moment both for students and for parents. There's all sorts of ways right. Every family is different. Every parent is going to have different fears and priorities but across the board they need more information bark and gaggle are not going to give them the facts they need and increasingly schools. Aren't either. I think parents should not be expected indigo yet. Computer Science degrees in law degrees so that they can read through all these privacy policies and look through all this settings themselves. The goal of keeping students safe is one that we absolutely all agree on by these kind of privacy. Invasions that affect really your sense of self affect your ability to learn affect how safe psychologically you feel at school and at home that it has to be considered to what we could be. Teaching children is not to succumb to their technological overlords but how to make them better certainly we all agree right in this moment. Omen of Tech Lash against big tech and this lack of faith in technology's role in our lives that perhaps the next generation is very well positioned to make that better and improve.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Rework

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11:25 min | 1 year ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Rework

"Day trial. One thing that we do is prevention education going into schools and and talking to students not about abuse but about healthy relationships that are founded on trust and respect and safety and trying to build uh-huh social norms around that in. I would argue that. We should be doing this as early as possible in elementary school. Adam Dodge is is the founder of End Tab a nonprofit that trains social service agencies law enforcement state court systems and other groups to prevent encounter. What's called tech enabled abuse? This is the way in which familiar forms of abuse that existed for a long time or simply being perpetrated by technology or augmented by technology technology. What we see with teens tweens who are early? Adopters of technology and high volume uses of technology. is we see forms of abuse that we're usually reserved for the real world really amped up in those environments so for example rumors spreading that's form abuses has existed for a long time but when you add add that to social media. It's like pouring gasoline on a fire. Fifty nine percent of teens thirteen to seventeen report experiencing cyber bullying and that can be named calling. That could be rumors spreading nonconsensual instrument imagery physical things like that. These are the kinds of issues that keep parents parents and administrators up at night and especially anxiety inducing when a lot of adults don't know how to keep themselves safe online don't fully grasp the technology their children are using. It's no wonder that when companies come along marketing these APPS that promise to keep kids safe parents. See it as a lifeline. I've talked to a lot of different parents about whether using the existing existing apps like family sharing or find my iphone or different built in location sharing functionality in an existing phones owns or adding an APP. Like life. Three sixty that will tell you the child's location. It will tell you how much battery they have left on the phone. That will tell you how fast they're driving things that are inherently had. Just WanNa make sure my kids falling speed limit. I WANNA make sure if they're in an emergency their phones not dead but that is a slippery very slow. I have real mixed feelings about them. Because I see the APPS especially ones that are monitoring apps for tracking APPS I see those used maliciously all the time so I'm always a little concerned that introducing that kind of framework to a young mind introduces an idea that they can use in the future. Oh well this is normal. My mom did this with me and tracking someone because you care about them is okay. So I put this on my boyfriend's phone or my girlfriend's phone because I care about them and I want to know where they are. So you can start to see how the the lines start to get a little blurred between safety and something that may be a little more unhealthy elsie. Jenny Gephardt at the F.. Doesn't have mixed feelings about these APPs. She sees them as Stalker wear which is software that allows someone to survey another person without their knowledge edge in October the US Federal Trade Commission brought its first ever case against the maker of stocker where the company had sold three products that it said were for monitoring children in an employee's one of them was called Teen Shield one thing. That's quite clear about these different absence. Software is that I think they are absolutely on the spectrum term of tech enabled abuse and on the spectrum of domestic abuse and it's often advertised as child safety software and then it is overwhelmingly used to spy I on spouses or spy on X.'s. Where we're also seeing is that some of the companies that are civilian schools are also advertising to parents? There is a very uncomfortable relationship between child title safety software and terrifying stocker. Wear and spouse where they're doing the exact same things on a technical level even if apparent I'm talking to has no no intention attention to abuse her third child. It's worth reminding them that. These tools are used by people who do people who are engaged in actual domestic abuse people who are secretly spying on their child with the content of controlling them. Do you WANNA download the same APP and use the same technology as them. These technologies and these techniques regardless of how they're packaged or how they're advertised. They come down to spying. Become down to secretly spying on the people you love and that's not love that's control one important thing to note in the FTC complaints against the Stock Aware Company company is that the government makes it clear that monitoring children and employees are legitimate uses of these APPs in fact the FTC's proposed settlement with the company would require people who buy the software to promise that they'll only use it on kids employees or adults who give them written permission in short in the eyes of the government. There is no Oh expectation of privacy in schools or in the workplace Ryan Stanley the parents in Alaska with misgivings about his daughter's school using bark sees this distinction very a clearly in his job in it. For Alaska public schools. He sometimes asked to monitor student activity. We had a student who was off task and the teacher contacted the IT group in one of the IT group to help monitor the student's work and so throughout the day the it team would take periodic screen screen shots of the students screen. We could see that the students screen would quit very quickly change between tabs the book report that they we're supposed to be working on regarding coffee and hunting scopes so this is a student who lives in rural place where hunting is a big deal. The the fact that you're on your school account and you have this feeling like it's yours. That's miss misguided like a modern healthy digital. Oh citizen would know that all those Zeros and ones belong to the school and it's the school's job to keep students safe so they get to make those kind of decisions. This idea of promoting digital citizenship is what the company say a lot to. Here's Caroline Haskins of Buzzfeed News. The thing that's worth noting is the way that the logic goggle l. translates into the workplace the logic of having everything that you write and do on an account that's associated with an institution that you're a part of having having all of that surveilled monitored is something that translates beyond the educational space. And it's something that students are from a very young age. Topsy is okay okay. There's also no easy way to opt out of monitoring at school when the software is integrated into the tools and devices that students need to complete their assignments. There's is often a lack of transparency that this monitoring even taking place several of the companies including Gaggle say they recommend disclosing this information to parents but the backlash in in communities like Juneau has partially been about families. Feeling like they've been kept in the dark. All of these decisions are not made typically in a public space. I mean these are decisions that are made among school administrators with people that are selling software. It's not like this is happening at a PTA meeting or a town hall all but among some of the experts that I spoke with a lot of them argued that this is something that should be discussed a little bit more publicly among everybody that is going to be involved and their caretakers takers here. In the twin cities minute talk. Public schools had started social media monitoring and it was to the surprise of many of the students their families and community members again. This is Maria feffer. Corn Education Advocate Minnesota often when it is included for information nation with families it is tucked into the terms and conditions. That folks sign off at at the beginning of the year and not paying a lot of tension to of what they've given permission to happen even with their children's information. When you don't know about it you don't get to weigh in on whether you agree to it or not fully? What we've seen is what we call engineered consent? Where is that massive influx of information where they signed off and they don't know it's easy to monitor children's devices and accounts at home without them knowing too? That's the whole premise. Of A lot of these APPs even bark which tout its policies around privacy and says it's meant to be used alongside open communication between parents and children can be installed discreetly in in practice. People who work with youth say. They can easily circumvent the monitoring by doing stuff like hiding social media accounts from their parents. Adam Dodge of tap has seen young people go even there and use the technology on their parents. I was in a presentation to a group of folks that I worked with I was describing some of the functionality about find and my friends at by my iphone and things like that and one of the women said Oh yeah I was just add. CVS or rite aid the other day and my daughter texted me and said Hey. Will you pick up some toilet paper. And she said sure in one about her shopping. Then stop doesn't wait a second. How does she know I'm at CVS right now and master's ooh set up a fine? My friends on your phone just didn't tell you about it. I set it up a two way street in. It's really not about the technology right. It's about consent. It's about respect it's about trust you know all these foundational concepts that were trying to work into healthy relationships. It's all showing up in the ways we I use technology responsibly. Hope that we can bestow those lessons on our kids having an ongoing conversation with the child around Consent Privacy Z.. And healthy behavior can feel like the scariest thing of all Ryan Stanley in Juneau. Alaska knows the struggle firsthand. He and his wife use an APP called screen guide. That's part the bigger plan. They hashed out with their daughter. He sees it as kind of putting on training wheels for a few years. You know I want to say that we have a great recipe. Figure it out and I think we have a pretty good recipe but it's just constantly being challenged and is a moving target. We called it the family media plan. It says things like you have to talk to mom and dad before you create a new account on anything. Mom and dad will always know the passwords for all these accounts. If we're ever feel like we need to we're gonNA take a look and see what's going on our US news screen guide which allows us to turn her phone just time given a timeout altogether but that also lets us enable only certain maps. We definitely talked about it and we were able to kind of say. Okay here's this thing it's called the phone and it's amazing privilege that you're getting and with it is gonNA come this period of time where we're going to be up in your business trying to help make sure that you're safe and kind of learning along the way one of the ones that a lot of the kids on instagram is they'll friend bots that will get them followers. She was telling me about one of her. Friends has so many followers I and I was scrolling through them and they're all all. The followers were from foreign countries and they were very kind of weird names. Not like human names and just that conversation. It was difficult in our household at least for a thirteen year old. She just wants to have like her own identity in her own space Jason her own experience of these things and how your parents constantly being like. What's that what's that? What do you think about that? Let's talk about this Is Annoying annoying in other thing. That Ryan has middle school daughter and her friends do is take those online quizzes. Like.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Rework

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08:55 min | 1 year ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Rework

"The families can then sign up and use it on more than just the school device vice. You know in my daughter's case she and her friends were specifically researching the rates of domestic violence against women in Alaska which is ridiculously significant significant those numbers and that caused our principal to come in and chat with her about it because the principal got an email that had a list of keywords in it but didn't really know what was actually happening in the classroom. Some of the emails quite literally are just a list of the key words with the number of instances in them so it doesn't say EH. The students seems like they feel this. It says this document has this many instances of the word gun. This many instances of the word hate this many instances of the word the guy or whatever Ryan wrote an op Ed for the Juneau Empire about the use of bark in local schools in it. He argued that using the software could lead to young and people censoring themselves. He talked to one of his daughters middle school classmates. Who'd also been flagged for a false positive astor just going to change? How you do your schoolwork? And she said who are probably just won't use those words anymore. She wasn't concerned. So much about getting flagged or even at that. Her principal came talk to her. But it was more just that she didn't want to have the hassle and so rather than take a risk of having having the hassle of having to have a conversation with the principal. Well she's just going to avoid using certain words in her schoolwork and that's hard because especially in the younger grades you know you want to figure out how to get students to be as creative as possible. You don't want them to be censoring themselves in Juneau. The school district got pushback from students and parents over their roll out of bark as a result of the backlash the district got the company to make some changes like holding data for a shorter amount of time and cutting the profanity. Filter Bark also agreed to stop sending marketing emails to parents about their paid service. Yes we do need to be able to use technology to help the deal with the huge tidal wave of technology but we have to also figure out a way to bring the the humanity back to my hope for the school that my daughter goes to and and the high school that she's about to go to is that we'll have more than just these sort of false positive laden emails going going to a principal but that were actually being a bit more active about teaching students and and the adults how to how to build good academic relationships support each other. There's that false positives are worth it. If we can save those seven hundred something lives again. This Gephardt from the F. F. again kind of no evidence of what the counterfactual under factual is no evidence of what other more tried and true interventions would have done right. It's very hard to test that claim we haven't seen any independent evaluations of those is Queens. But the false positives that we see you have comical cases where for example students are texting about to kill mockingbird. There was a school where one of the teachers last last names as a razor but then we keep going down the false positive road. Well what if a student is texting about lyrics to songs with that disproportionately impact students of color or or students were listening to music by musicians of color in listening to hip hop and so it's exposing kids to much more scrutiny much more automatically in ways that have really concrete harm arm that disproportionately impact kids who might already behave in ways. That are outside the norm. It could in many districts impact. Disabled students reportedly students of color. Disproportionately we're seeing a rush across the nation really of school districts are rushed to this technological fix to these problems with huge emotional national stakes without enough investigation of what the harms could be students. Caroline Haskins buzzfeed news has identified another concerning aspect of Gaggle. It has a three strikes rule which context school officials in the case of multiple violations because the system scans for words like Gay Lesbian and Queer share. This means that a student using the word clear three times for example may get flagged so even though it's not the same as threatening another student which gets escalated to features. Choose immediately if you do something three times and Meek Goggles three-strikes roles. It's still going to get escalated. Sarah Roberts who's scholar who specializes in content automation. She also talked about how three strike roll like that invokes. The sort of logic are the judicial system in a way. That's a little bit strange for a student. Didn't that's using profanity or things that have to do with like LGBTQ expression on a school account. We're concerned about the fact that this information will be shared with law enforcement and that it could actually be used to create profiles of young people that would not have interactions with the system while they're still in school. Marie Cocco feffer corn is the executive director of the Midwest Center for school. TRANSFORMATION IN MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA. Her work focuses on data smart cities and education. This is data collection. This is surveillance and data collection and it just makes it much easier to criminalise students when you have all this information earlier this year. Morocco was part of a group of community leaders in Saint. Paul that helped and data sharing agreement between the public schools. The city and the county the agreement would have mused predictive analytics to assign a risk score to young people one of the indicators that they were going to use to assign Risk Gore was a student's suspension record occurred and understanding that in Minnesota. The suspensions are punitive in nature and harm a lot of black and brown children and in two thousand eighteen. I'm forty three school. Districts were identified for discriminating in out of school. Suspensions with black and Brown students there are trends that say you know a white student might do one behavior behavior. A black student do the same behavior. But it's described differently and therefore the punishment is also very different worldwide student. They're just precocious where a black student would be described as loud and disruptive the Brennan Center for Justice a think tank and advocacy group has been tracking the use of surveillance technologies in schools. It says that school district spent one point one million dollars on social media monitoring twenty eighteen off from just fifteen thousand. I was in five hundred dollars in two thousand thirteen. The Brennan Center was pulling its numbers from a database of self reporting government purchases so at thinks the real amount of spending on the software could be much higher Maria feffer Corn Jenny Gephardt and others see this environment of increased surveillance and law enforcement in schools is one that feels especially punitive to students of color and other vulnerable populations that atmosphere can lead to students getting pushed out of the traditional school system. A lot of conversation Shen has been emerging around safety in particular after the school shootings and so there are a lot of vendors out there that are providing what they're calling alternatives turnips to school districts to prevent such things from happening. What we have seen an increase in surveillance of students whether it's by having having more metal detectors the increasing use of cameras across schools school resource officers that have body cams using surveillance using gate recognition ignition on students using GPS to track where they are on school grounds? We're also seeing different kinds of text mining and kind of artificial intelligence or machine learning powered our tools to do things as simple as flagging keywords to have much more insidious things like trying to flag. What activities a kid may be interested in doing and when the way you interpret what you're reading on social media can be looked at through a racially biased lens and again you end up hyper surveilling students of color? Because of the way they talk not because of actions that would actually lead you to believe that they were a threat. There's a long history of concern with communities of color. About how how. That information is being used or will be used whether it's for identifying undocumented students with ice and sharing that information with them or it it could actually be used against families that they're collecting social media information around that one student but they're also collecting information about their siblings their peers and and their family members and so what is on one person's social media page could include a lot of people that are giving up their information without their knowledge edge. When it comes to this monitoring we look at the school shootings that have happened and it has not been are black and Brown students that have have been involved in those shootings or being the shooters and yet we see this hyper level of surveillance that's going to be happening in our urban communities that will fixate on black.

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So it's the timeline that we feel those aspects will take longer, but what's India deal house, which is stories which is advertising that they can execute on. Now, given Jenny that Facebook has compromised user trust and privacy, many many times and Facebook has admitted to this and apologize for it many many times can we trust that Facebook really will be more private if they make these changes, even though Facebook itself is still going to have this information. I think time will tell and you make a really good point that Facebook is still going to have access to this information. Even if all of your messages, are cryptic Facebook can still see the meditate that's who is talking to each other. When they're talking even where they are. And that's still tells a very detailed story. So to have all of those communications under one roof. Oof. Under group that does not have a history of responsible stewardship of security and privacy features. That is definitely concerning are you or EFF lobbying Facebook right now as they work through these changes already you have conversations ongoing with the company and employs about how they're going to implement this stuff. We are always going to do better by security and privacy, particularly now in a campaign called fix it already. We're asking specifically for different protections on what's up and on Facebook about kind of user control and choice about phone number privacy. You know, we don't have to look far to find evidence that phone that phone numbers are not safe on Facebook. But they're not left where you put them. So Facebook has already kind of messed that up with two factor authentication and other security feature and it's very important that that is cleared up and those safeguards are put in place before we can trust that Facebook is going to do the right thing with merged messengers and meantime, your gender Facebook, actually, a strong earnings report last quarter. What are we expecting this quarter aside from a lot of questions from analysts about how all of this? This will work. Yeah. Pricing is going to be the biggest concern. So last quarter. You saw a lot of questions about pricing because as they transition to stories the England tree opens up the volume opens up which helps them, but at a much lower pricing because they still have to prove the advertisers from newsfeed is not a small thing. So this year is going to be a transition year, and we see risks in pricing continue to be the top rank general, Bloomberg intelligence and Jenny Gephardt of EFL fuel has to keep us posted on your conversations with and yelling at Facebook. Still.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Exchange Commission form s one registration statement under the securities act of nineteen thirty-three filed by lift Inc. San Francisco, California USA on this date, or in plain English at long last. We have the first big ridesharing company initial public offering, and it is not as it happens. Uber. Marketplace's Jack Stewart takes a look at what this filing by lift tells us lift launched in two thousand twelve in the filing today, the founders wrote in those early days, we were told we were crazy to think people would ride in each other's personal vehicles. Now, they're looking to raise one hundred million dollars by going public and also maintain control would super voting shares. Kathleen Smith at Renaissance Capital has been looking at the prospectus are feeling is the numbers certainly the top line numbers. Look pretty good. The filing shows lift lost nearly a billion dollars in two thousand eighteen but it's revenue was about two point two billion. And. It's market share is growing. Its biggest investor is Japanese ecommerce company which owns thirteen percent General Motors and alphabet, which is the parent of self driving car company. Waymo both have smaller stakes and both have a specific interest in the transportation data that lift collects Susan's Shaheen is at the transportation sustainability research center at UC Berkeley companies like list, and others are moving into this space mobility, services, investors, abetting, those services like bikes scooters and a platform for Sharon cars could help prepare for any decline in private vehicle sales lift is beaten. It's bigger, right. Hail rival Uber to an IPO. But there's no big advantage to that says Barra Daniels, Deloitte and Touche. I think people may be reading too much into this in that there's a technical component. When maybe it's just a friendly competition to see who can get out. I lift did score a good stock symbol on the NASDAQ L Y F T on Jackson. For marketplace. Don't underestimate a good ticker, by the way, one does wonder who has UB are from the retail world. There's a gap is going to spin off its successful budget brand old navy into a separate company a testament, not just old navy's growth, but also to gaps waning grip on the American retail market. This break up is also going to force some decisions, including what to do with one very valuable asset customer data as marketplace's Eric embarrass reports that could be tricky gap and old navy have yet to figure out just how they will deal with the data collected on customers over the years. Here's gap, CEO art, pack, speaking to investors yesterday, we do have customer overlap. That's something that we're going to manage the file will be a property. We think a both companies that's something we need sort out because data on customers is one of the most important assets accompany has credit card numbers ages addresses. What we return what we look at on websites. But don't buy Trini Ahmed is with the center for customer insights. Yell and especially for a company that has multiple brands to be able to leverage the data across the brands is very important. And even after the companies decide how or if they'll split up the data moving around information gathered over decades isn't simple says Jenny Gephardt with the 'electronic frontier foundation. We kind of picture sometimes there's a folder somewhere that has my name on it. And you know, it has my my address my credit card information, everything I've ever bought and clicked on that could be the case, but it isn't even at one company all kinds of customer data are stored in all kinds of places, and sometimes when there is an attempt to sort through all that information organize it and separate it making sure all your information goes over to cap or all it goes over all Davey or some goes to one place or the other is very much is here, we have all these data points on a shelf, and it's all stable by. Indeed, when we try to move, then that's when the franchise starts to fall apart gap, which declined to comment for this story. We'll have.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KCRW

"Statement under the securities act of nineteen thirty-three filed by lift Inc. San Francisco, California USA on this date, or in plain English at long last. We have the first big ridesharing company initial public offering, and it is not as it happens. Uber. Marketplace's Jack Stewart takes a look at what this filing by lift tells us lift launched in two thousand twelve in the filing today, the founders wrote in those early days, we were told we were crazy to think people would ride in each other's personal vehicles. Now that looking to raise one hundred million dollars by going public and also maintain control would super voting shares. Kathleen Smith at Renaissance Capital has been looking at the prospectus are feeling is the numbers certainly the top line numbers. Look pretty good. The filing shows lift lost nearly a billion dollars in two thousand eighteen but it's revenue was about two point two billion. And. It's market share is growing. Its biggest investor is Japanese e commerce company raccoon which owns thirteen percent General Motors and alphabets which is the parent of self driving car company. Waymo both have smaller stakes and both have a specific interest in the transportation data that lift collects Susan Shaheen is at the transportation sustainability research center at UC, Berkeley like list, and others are moving into this space mobility, services, investors, abetting those services like bikes scooters and a platform for sharing cars could help prepare for any decline in private vehicle sales lift is beaten. It's bigger, right. Hail rival Uber to an IPO. But there's no big advantage to that says Barrett Daniels at Deloitte and Touche. I think people may be reading too much into this in that there's a technical component. When maybe it's just a friendly competition to see who can get out. I lift did score a good stock symbol on the NASDAQ L Y F T R Jackson. For marketplace. Don't underestimate a good ticker, by the way, one does wonder who has would be our from the retail world. There's a gap is going to spin off its successful budget brand old navy into a separate company a testament, not just old navy's growth, but also to gaps waning grip on the American retail market. This break up is also going to force them decisions, including what to do with one very valuable asset customer data as marketplace's Erica barris reports that could be tricky gap and old navy have yet to figure out just how they will deal with the data collected on customers over the years. Here's gap CEO art pack, speaking to investors yesterday, we do have customer overlap. That's something that we're going to manage the file will be a property. We both companies. That's something we need to sort out because data on customers is one of the most important assets company has credit card numbers ages addresses. What we return what we look at on websites. But don't buy Trini Ahmed is with the center for customer insights. Yell and especially for a company that has multiple brands to be able to leverage the data across the brands is very important. And even after the companies decide how or if they'll split up the data moving around information gathered over decades isn't simple says Jenny Gephardt with the electron ick frontier foundation, we kind of pictures sometimes there's a folder somewhere that has my name on it. And you know, what has my my address my credit card information, everything I've ever bought in clicked on that could be the case, but it isn't even at one company all kinds of customer data are stored in all kinds of places, and sometimes when there is an attempt to sort through all that information organize it and separate it, making sure all your information goes over to gap or all of that goes overall Davey or some goes to one place or the other is very much is here, we have all these data points on a shelf, and it's all stable by indeed when we try to move. And that's when the furniture starts to fall apart gap, which declined to comment for this story. We'll have to.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And Exchange Commission form s one a registration statement under the securities act of nineteen thirty three filed by lift Inc. San Francisco, California USA on this date, or in plain English at long last. We have the first big ridesharing company initial public offering, and it is not as it happens. Uber. Marketplace's Jack Stewart takes a look at what this filing by lift tells us lift launched in two thousand twelve in the filing today, the founders wrote in those early days, we were told we were crazy to think people would ride in each other's personal vehicles. Now that looking to raise one hundred million dollars by going public and also maintain control would super voting shares. Kathleen Smith at Renaissance Capital has been looking at the prospectus are feeling is the numbers certainly the top line numbers. Look pretty good. The findings shows lift lost nearly a billion dollars in two thousand eighteen but it's revenue was about. Two point two billion and its market share is growing. Its biggest investor is Japanese ecommerce company raccoon which owns thirteen percent General Motors and alphabets which is the parent of self driving car company. Waymo both have smaller stakes and both have a specific interest in the transportation data that lift collects Susan's Shaheen is at the transportation sustainability research centre UC Berkeley companies like list, and others are moving into this space mobility, services, investors, abetting those services like bikes scooters and a platform for sharing cars could help prepare any decline in private vehicle sales lift is beaten. It's bigger, right. Hail rival Uber to an IPO. But there's no big volunteers to that says Barra Daniels at Deloitte, Touche, I think people may be reading too much into this in that there's a technical component. When maybe it's just a friendly competition to see who can get out. I lift did score a good stock symbol on the NASDAQ L Y F. E ON Jackson Hewitt for marketplace. Don't underestimate a good ticker, by the way, one does wonder who has UB are from the retail world. There's a gap is going to spin off its successful budget brand old navy into a separate company a testament, not just old navy's growth, but also to gaps waning grip on the American retail market. This break up is also going to force decisions, including what to do with one very valuable asset customer data as marketplace's Eric embarrass reports that could be tricky gap and old navy have yet to figure out just how they will deal with the data collected on customers over the years. Here's gap CEO art pack, speaking to investors yesterday, we do have customer overlap. That's something that we're going to manage the file will be a property. We think of both companies that's something we need sort out because data on customers is one of the most important assets. A company has credit card numbers ages addresses. What we return what we look at on websites. But don't buy Trini Ahmed is with the center for. For customer insights at Yale. And especially for a company that has multiple brands to be able to leverage the data across the brands is very important. And even after the companies decide how or if they'll split up the data moving around information gathered over decades isn't simple says Jenny Gephardt with the 'electronic frontier foundation. We kinda pictures sometimes there's a folder somewhere that has my name on it. And you know, what has my my address my credit card information, everything I've ever bought in clicked on that could be the case, but it isn't even at one company all kinds of customer data are stored in all kinds of places, and sometimes when there is an attempt to sort through all that information organize it and separate it, making sure all your information goes over to gap or all of that goes over and all Davey or some goes to one place or the other is very much is here, we have all these data points on a shelf, and it's all stable by. Indeed when we try to move them. That's when the furniture starts to fall apart gap, which declined to comment for this story. We'll have to. Sort all this out.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on APM: Marketplace Tech

APM: Marketplace Tech

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on APM: Marketplace Tech

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by some total systems workforce management suite. The world leader of workforce management and compliance. Did you know that employs missing work costs over thirty percent of payroll expenses. Start protecting your bottom line, learn more at some total systems dot com slash NPR and by the university of Chicago on April twelfth, university of Chicago will host technology and privacy researcher. Andrew, Burt for the lecture, regulating artificial intelligence, how to control the unexplainable. He'll suggest a framework for creating testing and deploying artificial intelligence applications registered to attend downtown Chicago or via livestream at Graham dot EU. Chicago dot EDU slash tech. To me claim your privacy. Good luck with that from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm John Gordon filling in for Molly, would. The Facebook Cambridge analytic scandal is shining a spotlight on the jaw dropping amount of personal information that tech companies have and the lack of control we have over it. It's not just what social networks know about us that can be problematic. People find sites like spoke, oh, amass and sometimes sell our information and we're tracked by third parties. As we browse the web, we wondered how much personal data can a person scrub from the internet. We asked privacy advocate, Jenny Gebhardt of the electric frontier foundation. Often the genius a little bit out of the bottle, but the amount of personal information that you can claw back is going to change over time because even if you succeed in removing your information from a getting people find your site, it can Republic different public records can be risque PT. So even if hype offensively were. Able to scrub yourself from every single people finder site that would most likely be a temporary victory and by no fault of any users on this is the kind of surveillance space advertising based business model that we've made of the web and people find your sites and data brokers are a part of that. What I'm wondering is is a solution to more privacy trying to put a cap on it now and let you know let time take care of the rest. There is always value in doing something rather than nothing. But I think it's definitely true that even as we look at Cambridge Analytica and Facebook or really any platform online that is run by advertising. If we look at them from a more historical perspective, they're targeting gets better and better over time. Not only because the technology behind that targeting is advancing, but because mountain of personal information is growing and growing the longer, we not only actively share information about ourselves online, but the longer. We simply exist on the internet. One about other places that hold lots of data on me. Facebook, for example, Google, how much can I get back from those big tech companies? I think right now, especially in the wake of winning more about Cambridge in Alaska and other aspects of that that have come out. It is hard to say what goes on behind the curtains. In addition to the information that you are actively sharing. So you're actively posting a picture or sharing status update. You also spend most of your time online broadcasting information that you don't even realize you're sharing and perhaps with parties like data brokers. Are people find her states that you don't even realize are watching or looking for that information? You know what can be inferred from your lakes from your purchases, even from the act of hovering over a link or lingering on a screen, all that behavioral data that is much much harder to even realize that it's out there and then to take actions to get it back. There are services out there that promise to. To help in people's quest to sort of reclaim their data and become a more private person. Is it advisable to use those kind of services? Do they work? They were depending on what kind of time horizon you're working with. So service that, for example, promises to scrub you from people, find your sites may indeed be able to achieve that goal, but it might be only a matter of time until the information resurfaces on you on those sites. So I think there's a reason that a lot of services that promise to help you are subscription models. You have to pay for this service now Italy once but continually to really be confident that you are achieving that privacy goal of scrubbing your information. It's so important to remember that for most people, they will not have the money to sign up for that kind of subscription for a long amount of time. And if they don't wanna pay the cash and let the services do it, they also don't have the time to go through this Cest like task. Jenny Gephardt is a researcher at the electron. Frontier foundation, those subscription services for removing personal information. They could cost hundreds or even thousands a year. I'm John Gordon and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM, hey, there. It's Molly wood here as a nonprofit news organization marketplace is on a mission to increase economic intelligence across the country. And with your support, we'll keep doing more to help people understand the business behind the technology that's rewiring our lives for as little as five dollars a month. Consider signing up as a marketplace investor. It's a way to directly support independent reporting in journalism. You trust donate today at marketplace dot org, and thank you. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Atlanta monster. 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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"To help in people's quest to sort of reclaim their data and become a more private person is it advisable to use those kind of services do they work they were depending on what kind of time horizon you're working with so service that for example promises to scrub you from people find your sites may indeed be able to achieve that goal but it might be only a matter of time until the information resurfaces on you on those sites so i think there's a reason that a lot of services that promise to help you are subscription models you have to pay for this service now italy once but continually to really be confident that you are achieving that privacy goal of scrubbing your information it's so important to remember that for most people they will not have the money to sign up for that kind of subscription for a long amount of time and if they don't wanna pay the cash and let the services do it they also don't have the time to go through this cest like task jenny gephardt is a researcher at the electron frontier foundation those subscription services for removing personal information they could cost hundreds or even thousands a year i'm john gordon and that's marketplace tech this is a pm hey there it's molly wood here as a nonprofit news organization marketplace is on a mission to increase economic intelligence across the country and with your support we'll keep doing more to help people understand the business behind the technology that's rewiring our lives for as little as five dollars a month consider signing up as a marketplace investor it's a way to directly support independent reporting in journalism you trust donate today at marketplace dot org and thank you this marketplace podcast is brought to you by atlanta monster a new podcast that reexamines the nearly forty year old mystery surrounding the atlanta child murders re interviewing witnesses and speaking with experts and victims families the show is hosted by atlanta filmmaker pain lindsey who also hosts the breakthrough podcast up and vanished and jointly produced with how stuff works and tender foot tv atlanta monster aims to tell the true story of one of the city's darkest secrets available wherever.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"No things facebook doesn't jenny gephardt is a researcher with the electronic frontier foundation she says big data firms collect information from some pretty specific sources surveys public records store loyalty cards homeownership records magazine subscriptions combine that with what facebook has and gephardt says that can result in some kind of turbo charged targeted advertising but that engine is about to stall in advertisers will have to rely on their own data and data facebook itself collects brian weezer at pivotal research says some companies will have a harder time advertising on the platform now if you are a manufacturer of packaged goods company you tend not have a lot of data about the people who buy your products because the retailers have that data data brokers will also take a hit after the breakup axiom one of the biggest says revenue could fall more than five percent next year katharine armstrong law firm drinker biddle has studied data brokers she says the average one doubles the size of its database every two years years are there's so much data and so much data exhaust that can be picked up in so many of our transactions or even toll booths or fitbit's even with facebook's move the big data economy will keep chugging rob bieler is founder of ad tech research firm bieler dot tech data is a new oil what marketers are looking for is to put the right message in front of the right person at the right time and the only way you can do that is with data facebook says it will unwind it's broker partnerships over the next six months i'm aaron schrank for marketplace this question of data has been hot topic on make me smarts the podcast hosted by me and also result this week we talked about how the phone you use can make a big difference in how much of your data get shared android listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts on wall street today it was bad again and then all of a sudden it was really really good we'll have the details when we do the numbers.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Equifax and all of the data that's out there for us i mean just this week orbits lost a bunch of data that was also old and as we move along we're going to see a lot of these old caches of data that are vulnerable that people can go into and that's going to be an issue moving forward for a long time is that all of this information is sitting out there and vulnerable and it's not a question you know strictly for what facebook is going to do but what are we going to do as a people what are we is our government going to do to try to protect us from anybody who wants to get to this outta kenya i know you've been talking to facebook employees how are they reacting well insiders inside of the company off the record has been saying that they have known about these issues for quite some time but they felt that the higher ups have not been listening really to the point of making true change and so it has taken something like this to really blow the lid from the outside to have the internal dialog about it all right thank you all china mostly jeremy owens and also jenny gephardt's and now a journalist who should be very familiar to our pbs audience judy woodruff the anchor of pbs newshour in two thousand thirteen she and the league when i feel made history when they became the nation's first all women network news anchor teeing this week it was announced which ruffled now officially be the show's sole anchor i sat down with judy woodruff recently when she visited the bay area and reflected on her journalism career judy woodruff such a pleasure to have you here thank you for joining us it's great to be here tweets always wonderful to come back to san francisco and the.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I mean if you look back at equifax and all of the data that's out there for us i mean just this week orbits lost a bunch of data that was also old and as we move along we're going to see a lot of these old caches of data that are vulnerable that people can go into and that's going to be an issue moving forward for a long time is that all of this information on us is sitting out there and vulnerable and it's not a question you know strictly for what facebook is going to do but what are we going to do as a people what are we is our government going to do to try to protect us from anybody who wants to get to this outta tanya i know you've been talking to facebook employees how are they reacting well insiders inside of the company off the record have been saying that they have known about these issues for quite some time but they felt that the higher ups have not been listening really to the point of making true change and so it has taken something like this to really blow the lid from the outside to have the internal dialog about it all right thank you all china mostly jeremy owens and also jenny gephardt's and now a journalist who should be very familiar to our pbs audience judy woodruff the anchor of pbs news hour in two thousand thirteen she in the league when i feel made history when they became the nation's first all women network news anchor team this week it was announced which ruffle now officially be the show's sole anchor i sat down with judy woodruff recently when she visited the bay area and reflected on her journalism career judy woodruff such a pleasure to have you here thank you for joining us it's great to be here tweets always wonderful to come back to san francisco and to.

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"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"jenny gephardt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By the trump campaign cambridge analytica reportedly harvested personal information from fifty million facebook users without their consent after days of silence facebook ceo mark zuckerberg responded to the growing scandal in a blog post and interviews zakar brook said facebook will take new security measures and restrict access to some user data by third party apps me well some lawmakers wants to testify before congress and there's now a social media campaign urging users to delete their facebook accounts joining me now with more on this are cake silicon valley bureau chief tanya moseley marketwatch tech editor and san francisco bureau chief jeremy owens and electrician frontier foundation researcher jenny gephardt's welcome to you all well there are so many issues here trust regulation data privacy how facebook is responding to all all of that but tanya i have to ask you first of all lay out the senior figure for us because the misuse of data involving cambridge analytica happened in twenty fifteen when did facebook know about it and why did it not notify users who were affected earlier so facebook received word that cambridge analytica had this data around that time in twenty fifteen and they went to them and said please you need to destroy this and cambridge analytica said yes we will do that and they actually gave them an agreement saying that they would do that from that point i want to tell you though they found out about it from reporters from the guardian reporter there as well as another publication notify facebook that this was a possibility and it's this was happening i think the million dollar question is why they didn't notify the public until now we received word before the new york times published its piece about all of this that facebook was going to deny cambridge analytica on there platform and they were we receive that in a facebook post as well as on their newsroom blog as well so that's the big question is why we didn't know about the sooner and what do you think the answer is i mean it's were they wanted to practice protects their profits or what do you think happened here.

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