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The dynamics of all kinds are increasingly linked and driven by data. Not only science and the business world but also politics, are resorting strongly to data collection and analysis to create consensus and guide it, by any means necessary.

What marks the maximum limit that should not be exceeded, what are the boundaries that indicate that one cannot go further, the “non-plus ultra” before which the thirst for detailed and measurable knowledge that comes from data should be calmed and not pretend to delve too much into the freedom of opinion and choice of users?

TOC (for a quick overview!) ūüēõ

00:00‚Äč‚Äč Opening
06:40‚Äč Is there a boundary?
08:20‚Äč‚Äč Is there something fishy in Cambridge? On data protection regulations and third parties: have we been guinea pigs?
09:40‚Äč‚Äč The data economy, where if something is free, you are the price, and where emotions “matter”
22:05‚Äč‚Äč Intimacy and data, the online porn industry and Internazionale’s investigation
30:00‚Äč Propaganda and electoral consensus, old habits with new tools
34:30‚Äč Knowing to deliberate, and being more aware

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The link to the issue of Internazionale with the mentioned interview is available here.