Tag Archives: Cambridge Analytica

Crossing Privacy’s Red Line

– Recent revelations about the exfiltration of the personal data of some 50 million Facebook users and the use of the data by Cambridge Analytica to influence the 2016 presidential election have dominated the news. While I did not anticipate the egregiousness of what may have actually been done, I…

Campaign Lessons Learned—Part 2: Big Data vs Polls

– As children, we were frequently admonished by irate adults to “Do as I say, not as I do!” whenever we questioned why we couldn’t do what they themselves did. It was often difficult to reconcile in our own minds why there should be this dichotomy. Well, examining the results of the recent…