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Stanford Law Review | 09.03.13

It’s Not Privacy, and It’s Not Fair

Cynthia Dwork, Deirdre K. Mulligan

In the Stanford Law Review symposium issue on privacy and big data (September 2013), Cynthia Dwork and Data & Society advisor Deirdre Mulligan argue that “privacy controls and increased transparency fail to address concerns with the classifications and segmentation produced by big data analysis.” “If privacy and transparency are not the panacea to the risks posed by big data,” they ask, “what is?” They offer a quartet of approaches/areas of focus.

Deirdre Mulligan

Cynthia Dwork


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