Dialogue and Universalism 29 (3):141-150 (2019)

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William H. Harwood
Missouri State University
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This paper offers a sketch of the complicated conflicts which arise—and metastasize seemingly daily—in the era of Big Data. Given the public’s ubiquitous-yet-ostensibly-voluntary data surrender, and industry’s ubiquitous-yet-ostensibly-anodyne collection of the same, inaction is not an option for any near-just society. By revisiting the philosophical basis for Panoptic apparatus, sketching the tumultuous history of US contract law trying to protect the public from itself, and comparing existing industry codes for similarly-situated—read: terrifyingly invasive—fields, the paper will provide a preliminary framework for identifying and confronting the galaxy of problems associated with data analytics.
Keywords Computer and Information Ethics  Contract Law  Critical Data Studies  Data Ethics  Privacy  Surveillance
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ISBN(s) 1234-5792
DOI 10.5840/du201929343
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