Frank Pasquale

University of Maryland

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Law professor at University of Maryland; author of The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information

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Your personal data's all over the Internet, and it's up for sale.

The Downside of Data Mining

Your personal data's all over the Internet, and it's up for sale.

from To the Point

Your personal data's all over the Internet, and it's up for sale.

The Downside of Data Mining

Your personal data's all over the Internet, and it's up for sale.

from To the Point

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