Exploring the state of public relations
United States
181 episodes
since June 5, 2015


This week, we consider the implications of an Algorithmic Accountability Act, rebalancing the freedom of companies to capture and use our data with our right to informed consent. Plus: Protect your privacy against hidden cameras during your next business trip. Linkworthy Booker, Wyden, Clarke Introduce Bill Requiring Companies to Target Bias in Corporate AlgorithmsA new bill would force companies to check their algorithms for bias, Adi RobertsonDemocrats draw up bill that would require tech platforms to assess algorithmic bias, Taylor HatmakerMIT Technology ReviewThe Algorithm NewsletterIt’s Time to Panic About Privacy, Farhad ManjooThe Big Nine, Amy WebbHow to find hidden cameras in your AirBnB, and anywhere else, Michael Grothaus Subscribe to the Inside PR podcast We’re trying to be wherever you want us to be. So, you can subscribe to Inside PR on the most popular podcast apps. Subscribe to Inside PR on Apple PodcastsSubscribe to Inside PR on SpotifySubscribe to Inside PR on Google Play It’s your turn. We’d love to know what you think about the topics we discussed as well as your suggestions for questions you’d like answered or topics for future shows. Leave a comment on the Inside PR Facebook group or the FIR Podcast Network Facebook group,Send us an email or an audio comment to [email protected],Interact with us on Twitter. We’re @inside_pr or connect directly with Gini Dietrich, Joseph Thornley, Martin Waxman and Dan York.And, of course, you always can leave a comment below this post. Please rate us on Apple Podcasts We hope you like the podcast as much as we like making it for you. If you do, we have a favor to ask: If you like this podcast, please rate us on Apple Podcasts. Thank you to the people behind Inside PR. Our theme music was created by Damon de Szegheo; Roger Dey is our announcer. Inside PR is produced by Joseph Thornley. Algorithmic Accountability and Privacy – Inside PR 543 by Joseph Thornley, Gini Dietrich, Martin Waxman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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