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Data Ethics

How Zip Code is used for price discrimination.

Online pricing policies are generally not transparent to customers, and are based on parameters that we completely ignore. This opens up a series of opportunities for online price discrimination. Zip Codes and user’s location data are usually used to this end, and it is scientifically demonstrated.

In this article I have reviewed different price discrimination cases in different areas where you can realize that you actually are also a victim.

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Data Ethics

Historical sentence of the Court of The Hague striking down the collection of data and profiling for Social Security fraud (SyRI).

On February 5th, the Court of The Hague issued a historic sentence striking down the data collection, in the poorest neighbourhoods, and profiling in order to detect Social Security fraud in Holland (SyRI).

It is a significant sentence, with an international impact, for algorithmic decision-making in the public sector, which will mark a before and after.

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