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Daily Dashboard | Facebook Study Demonstrates Need for Ethical Decision-Making Related reading: Canada, US begin new phase of cross-border data sharing

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Opinions regarding the Facebook study on emotional response continue to reverberate in the privacy world. In a post for Re/code, Future of Privacy Forum Executive Director Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, and IAPP VP of Research and Education Omer Tene note “big data analysis raises issues that transcend privacy and implicate broader policy concerns around discrimination, filter bubbles, access to data and the ethics of scientific research,” adding, “Establishing a process for ethical decision-making is key to ensuring that the benefits of data exceed their costs.” In a separate post, Ed Felten writes, “experiments that manipulate user experience impact users’ privacy, and that privacy impact needs to be taken into account in evaluating the ethics of such experiments and in determining when users should be informed.”
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