How your personal data is exploited to win elections and influence policy

Posted by wordcamp
Category:

Khanna, however, questions the efficacy of big data as a tool for voter engagement by political campaigns, and warns against using a technology “magic bullet.” Data science, he said, is a vocation that requires significant skill and training. Some campaigns do hire experts, but many cannot afford to hire and train armies of digital operatives.

O’Leary’s cash bonus was around 92 per cent of the maximum he could have received and took his total remuneration for the year to March to €3.5million – including €2.5million under a long-term incentive plan. 

In a 1-0 home defeat to Atletico Madrid in February 2016, James was whistled by Madrid fans and hooked by Zidane before the hour mark just minutes after the winning goal. Post-match analysis honed in on his lack of intensity — Zidane never properly trusted him again.

It said: ‘Given the current state of upheaval in the industry and the uncertain outlook, it is difficult to justify a payment equal to around 92 per cent of maximum opportunity to the chief executive, regardless of performance.’ 

Fulham dealt ruthless reminder of why their last Premier… ‘Willian for Ballon d’Or!’: Arsenal fans heap praise on new… What now for Jack Wilshere: As West Ham move to CANCEL the… ‘Falling apart already… it’s going to be a long season’:…

Unlocking your personal data: How it works  Technology helps campaigns scale voter turnout initiatives, but data-driven campaigns are as old as ballot boxes. Modern get-out-the-vote efforts date back to the 1970s, said Paul Westcott, vice president of L2 Political, a nonpartisan data provider. His firm creates voter mobilization tools for campaigns by bundling publicly available information with proprietary data.

‘He kept asking me “When are you coming? We NEED you here”‘:… ‘We have this desire to reach Europe next year’: Carlo… Tottenham’s request to have 8,000 fans in stadium for… ‘Six years ago I had something good… I hope being here…

Aston Villa set to lodge £18m bid for Werder Bremen star Milot Rashica

TOM COLLOMOSSE: Rashica, 24, is a wide attacker – a priority for boss Dean Smith – and is likely to leave the Bundesliga club during this window, having asked for a move last month.

Mail Online

Can Jack Wilshere salvage his career with West Ham exit looming?

It’ll be 12 years to the day this Sunday since a 16-year-old Jack Wilshere made his Arsenal debut with the world Look At This his feet. It hasn’t quite gone according to plan since that day.

Mail Online

He said:  ‘I said to him (Rob Holding) change your mind because you’re not going anywhere. Again Rob is another one, he’s a difficult time. And now why I have to let him go? He’s playing so why leave this football club.’

Fulham dealt ruthless reminder of why their last Premier… ‘Willian for Ballon d’Or!’: Arsenal fans heap praise on new… What now for Jack Wilshere: As West Ham move to CANCEL the… ‘Falling apart already… it’s going to be a long season’:…

‘He kept asking me “When are you coming? We NEED you here”‘:… ‘We have this desire to reach Europe next year’: Carlo… Tottenham’s request to have 8,000 fans in stadium for… ‘Six years ago I had something good… I hope being here…

Back under Zidane in 2019 it was never going to work for James. Now for the third time in his career, Ancelotti is back in charge. This time it ought to last longer than two months and the Italian coach ought to have the freedom to put Rodriguez centre stage.

“What’s truly amazing about [the campaigns] is they are very open, in some ways bragging, about the fact that they are harvesting tremendous amounts of data from people’s cellphones, from people who are opting in to be part of the campaign,” she said. “With that cellphone number, you can unlock a tremendous amount of information about actual voting behavior or buying behavior.”

Liverpool ‘agree £1.8m deal for Marcelo Pitaluga’

The Anfield club’s scouts have reportedly been monitoring the 17-year-old Fluminense stopper for several months and have made a breakthrough in negotiations.

Mail Online

According to VanderZanden, Bird had begun an application with Citi “early on,” but decided not to go through with it on April 23. “It looks like Citi started an application while they waited for our decision on whether to formally apply…They confirmed that the temp app. was cancelled that evening and never submitted.”

Burnley to make £8m move for Mainz attacker Robin Quaison

Burnley are making an £8million move for Mainz attacking midfielder Robin Quaison. The 26-year-old Sweden international can also play as a second striker or on the wing.

Mail Online

For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website.

Bird has denied it received a loan from the US government to help it through COVID-19. Its statements follow reports Monday that the electric scooter company received between $5 million and $10 million under the government’s Paycheck Protection Program in April. Both CNBC and The Verge found Bird in the data released Monday by the Trump administration as part of its coronavirus economic stimulus package under the CARES Act, but Bird says it didn’t go through with its loan application.

Bir cevap yazın