MEDIAEATER DIGEST, WEDNESDAY 25 OCTOBER, MMXVIII
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CURATION: Apple’s Radical Approach to News: Humans Over Machines [NYT] (human curation is radical ?)
COPYRIGHT : Fair use or foul? An appropriation case involving Warhol raises an artistic debate in New York court [ArtNewspaper]
AI: Education and policy: Re-educating Rita [TheEconomist]
FAKE-NEWS: Weak fakes can be as effective as deep fakes. The need for empirical providence and proper context continues to be a large problem not being solved for.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Andy Warhol Photography Archive . 130,000 Photographs Now Available Online
TALKS: Google Talks archive
DOJ: Businesses Can Discriminate Against Transgender Workers (1) . Our government continues to legislate hate and death in the case of health care.
PRIVACY: We see what you are doing – data harvesting companies that post data reading lists in blog posts – please.
PRIVACY: EPIC FOIA: National Archives Finds More Kavanaugh E-mails on Surveillance Programs [Epic]
DARK-MEMES: Sent to Elon Musk per his request on Twitter . [Twitter/photos]
ART-ACTIVISM: GUNS IN AMERICA – A Time and JR PROJECT