Just watched #TheGreatHack on #Netflix. What I appreciated about this #documentary on #Facebook and the whole #CambridgeAnalytica scandal, is that it's one of the few #privacy #documentaries to get that protecting personal data isn't just about not seeing personalized ads for stuff you're more likely to want. It's about protecting ourselves from mass psychological manipulation and behavior modification techniques. These are techniques that actually work *best* when people believe they don't.
Ladies, if he:
- Never responds to your texts
- Travels for years ignoring everyone
- Is tiny
- Literally goes right through you
- Changes flavour by oscillation
He's not your man. He's a #neutrino
environmental catastrophe, -
We aren't going to survive if we can't eliminate disposable culture. Eliminating disposable culture will probably require regulation, but I can't see how we can make it happen since corporations don't want it, and corporations pay for political campaigns, and individuals don't want it (see outcry to straw bans, which was just a drop in the bucket of what we'll need to do to survive as a species), and individuals are the ones voting
hard to see how we'll survive
Hi All - I'm a PhD student in #engineering studying how water use/efficiency affects water quality using #bayesian models and #rstats. I love learning, and I feel like I'm getting to study how learning works.
I've been off social media for long enough that I feel pretty lost/don't have any manners yet, so... please give me tips!