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On Jul 22 Alejandro Mancilla wrote: For people involved in designing any big data project
This book provides early thoughts to be considered while implementing Big Data initiatives in any organization. Authors did a great job explaining ethical issues about possible uses of data from customers/patients/citizens which can be easily understood by technical and non-technical people involved in any Big Data project. Full Review  >

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On Dec 21 Dedunu Dhananjaya wrote:
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On Dec 1 Eric Wright wrote:
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On Oct 25 Tushar Jain wrote: Book Review: Ethics of Big Data
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On Oct 18 Bea Kylene Jumarang wrote: Extremely relevant for today's age
Aside from providing you the basic concepts behind the emergence of big data, it also offers a rather good look into the way data is handled on the Web, along with the associated risks carried by such a large amount of information. Furthermore, the book also serves as a good call-to-action, prompting companies to set values, and to adhere in the face of decision points about user data. Full Review  >

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