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Washington Journal of Law, Technology & ArtsData & Society Data & Human Rights Research Lead Mark Latonero and Zachary Gold look at the history of web crawlers usage and legal issues surrounding that usage. "This paper discusses the history of web crawlers in co... Read on Washington Journal of Law, Technology & ArtsJune 2018
GeoJournalThe limits of crisis data: analytical and ethical challenges of using social and mobile data to understand disastersD&S Affiliate Kate Crawford writes about the use of social media platforms and mobile phone data to mine and produce accounts of how people are responding in the aftermath of crisis events. She considers the limitations of ... Read on GeoJournalAugust 2015
Social PoliticsWithin some public policy and scholarly accounts, human trafficking is increasingly understood as a technological problem that invites collaborative anti-trafficking solutions. A growing cohort of state, non-governmental, and c... Read on Social PoliticsSeptember 2014