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New Ten Commandments: The Right to Privacy from Alice Nelson on Vimeo. I was commissioned alongside nine other directors to contribute to a feature length documentary celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Produced by Lansdowne Productions and SDI Productions for BBC Scotland and Creative Scotland. The Right to Privacy was the piece I produced based on the story of one man and his relationship with his bike. The other directors on the New Ten Commandments project were Kenny Glenaan, Douglas Gordon, Mark Cousins, Tilda Swinton, Nick Higgins, Irvine Welsh, Sana […]

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Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian (The Point), and Ben Mankiewicz (What The Flick?) hosts of The Young Turks discuss the threats Abby Martin received from fans of American Sniper Chris Kyle, and debate whether her wearing a shirt that said “Fuck Chris Kyle” was the right thing to do. Fans of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle have threatened to rape and kill former RT anchor Abby Martin for criticizing the deceased Navy SEAL and creating a T-shirt they find offensive. “Some psychotic Chris Kyle fan just doxxed me & my family’s personal information on a bunch of […]

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Today virtually everything we do is monitored in some way. Nearly every device we use is connected to the Internet. Thousands of companies are analyzing our everyday behavior. Businesses are using this data to make predictions, to manage risk and to motivate behavioral change. To what extent do companies really track our daily lives in 2015? How is predictive analytics based on personal data already being used in the fields of insurance, banking and human resources? And what is to be done? More. Video. Tweet

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The U.S. government is on the verge of passing a surveillance bill that some are calling the Patriot Act 2.0. The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, aka CISA, will double down on all the bulk data the government has already been collecting on you. Plus now it’ll allow businesses to share your personal info with the government and with each other – if they deem what you’re doing a threat. But we all know that’s open to interpretation. Source. Tweet

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