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Off the Shelf: Attacking the Black Boxes
Frank Pasquale’s new book argues that the rise of agorithmically driven computers has increased secrecy among U.S. businesses, financial institutions and government agencies.
The average investor is clueless about what goes on at financial institutions, according to Frank Pasquale’s new book, The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information. The University of Maryland law professor explores the incongruity between the growing openness of our private lives and the increasingly
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