Facebook Backlash; Reining In Big Tech; GPA Gender Bias Research

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Facebook said  it's making it much easier for users to protect their privacy. You do it all on one page instead of endless clicks. This move comes in response to backlash that British data consultant, Cambridge Analytica, improperly accessed and used the information of 50 million Facebook users.      Are privacy settings enough? Some say it's time to delete Facebook. But could it already be too late for that?
 

Guests: 

Brian Krupp, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Baldwin Wallace University  
Shaun Kanary, Vice President of Demand Generation, Kuno Creative, Adjunct Professor, Marketing LCCC 
Kevin Anderson, Managing Producer, Digital Media, Ideastream  
James Williams, Ph.D.,  Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute, UK, Co-Founder Time Well Spent 
Natasha Quadlin, Ph.D.,  Assistant Professor of Sociology, The Ohio State University  
 

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Facebook Data Leak Raises Questions For Users

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Oxford Research Fellow Concerned About Big Tech's...

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OSU Research Finds GPA Gender Bias For Entry Level Job...

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