Each week the Human Rights, Big Data & Technology Project, based at the University of Essex Human Rights Centre, prepares an overview of related news stories from the week. This summary contains news articles from 28 April to 5 May 2017.
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Nvidia Lets You Peer Inside the Black Box of Its Self-Driving AI – MIT Technology Review
Sent to Prison by a Software Program’s Secret Algorithms – The New York Times
GDPR processor clauses and why they can’t wait – Privacy, Security and Information Law
Chinese Government Releases Overreaching Draft Regulations on Cross-Border Data Transfer – Privacy & Security Law Blog
Net Neutrality Rules May Slow Innovation, but Uncertainty Will Be Worse – MIT Technology Review
Self-regulation by business enterprises
Why 3,000 (More) People Won’t Fix Facebook’s Violent Video Problem – MIT Technology Review
Reined-In N.S.A. Still Collected 151 Million Phone Records in ’16 – The New York Times
Privacy issues help end NSA spying programme – BBC News
Using Brainwaves to Guess Passwords – MIT Technology Review
Amazon ‘style assistant’ divides opinion – BBC News
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