2014/Data, Privacy, & Trust in Open Source: 10 Lessons from Wikipedia

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Few people today are not concerned with the way data is used to enhance or subvert individual privacy. This is especially true on the Web, where open source technologies are behind much of what we interact with and use on a daily basis. As the most fundamental aspects of our lives become networked — social relationships, work, finance, and even how we get our food — how can we make sure that open source technologies foster a sense of trust with users, protect their privacy, and still give data scientists the tools they need to gain insight?

Speaker: Steven Walling

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