And Eric co-wrote a book on modern love with Aziz Ansari, so he should know. In the right hands, data is more than statistics. Trace Lysette, our guest for day two of the No Filter series. ProPublica reporter Julia Angwin is collecting political ads on Facebook, all across the country. At the extreme, the goal is to destabilize our very sense of reality. Stories of bookies on the Sunset Strip, microphones taped to phone boothsand a Monte Carlo. This week, Giorgia and Stefanie talk us through three weeks of data, and all the big lessons in our most mundane moments.
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Like if the Russians bought thousands of ads to sway an election.
To start submitting political ads you see, download the plugin for Firefox or Chrome. Erica Joy Baker, senior engineering manager. The Epic Hunt for the Criminal Mastermind Behind the Silk Roadabout how Libertarian philosophy and tech-bro hubris combined to spark an online drug revolution—and an opioid crisis. A little Google image search, a little metadata, and we can find where you are. The last time Julia gave us an assignment, tens of thousands of you helped her reveal racist ad categories and potentially illegal housing discrimination on Facebook. For this episode, the theme is My Digital Revolution. But so many of us are using them.