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op-ed: Personalisation algorithms and elections

On February 7, 2019 the Internet Policy Review published an op-ed by Stefania Milan and Claudio Agosti. We reflect on personalization algorithms and elections, and share some ideas about algorithmic sovereignty and literacy. Thanks to Frédéric Dubois for the invitation. “Personalisation algorithms allow platforms to carefully target web content to the tastes and interests of …

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Welcome to the web self of the project Algorithms Exposed (AKA ALEX). ALEX is meant to provide researchers, advocates, policymakers and journalists with reliable and accessible algorithmic auditing methods and data. In our view, it empowers users to independently monitor, compare, and reflect upon their information diets. It is innovative because: It puts the user …

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