From your credit rating to your search results: How algorithms create a black box society

If you're not concerned about your privacy and the data trails you leave, think again. Author and law professor Frank Pasquale argues that the secret algorithms corporations use affect our information access and our finances without our knowledge.
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If you're not concerned about your privacy and the data trails you leave, think again. In his book The Black Box Societyand law professor Frank Pasquale argues that the secret algorithms corporations use affect our information access and our finances without our knowledge.

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