Chris Gilliard talks about digital redlining and privacy on episode 130 of Teaching in Higher Ed.
Quotes from the episode
Unless you have a really keen understanding of how filtering works, you often don’t know what you’re not getting.
Both with faculty and students, the awareness of how closely we’re watched when we’re on networks is not high.
Digital redlining is tech policies, practices, pedagogy, and investment decisions that reinforce class and race boundaries.
- Black Box Society* by Frank Pasquale
- Digital Redlining, Access, and Privacy
- Gross Pointe Blank
- Eight Mile
- The Case for Reparations by Ta Nehasi Coates
- TIHE 130: Undercover Professor Episode (Mike Cross)
- Sarah Goldrick-Rab
- Tresse McMillian Cottom
- Joe Murphy recommended we watch Chris’ talk at Boston University
- Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy by Cathy O'Neil
- Cathy O’Neal’s Math Babe Blog
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