Antonio
Sagliocca

Enthusiast of new technologies, Sagliocca has been working for several years in Private and Digital Investigations, Open Source Intelligence and Ethical Hacking. Student of Computer Security, Associate and Teacher at Clusit, he has over fifteen years experience in Technical and Systemist IT. At the beginning of 2000 he participated in the project “Computer Literacy” organised by the Municipality in favour of citizens who are new to the world of computers. Since 2015 he has collaborated with the Chairs of Legal Informatics and Advanced Legal Informatics of the University of Milan.

   
SOCIETY | May 8, 2018

Cambridge Analytica and Big Data: where are we now?

Some post-scandal reflections on the Data Analytics and Political Consulting giant
“We have a responsibility to protect your data, and if we can’t then we don’t deserve to serve you”.   This text is highlighted on the pages of the Facebook newsroom related to the Cambridge Analytica case before the various updates that have occurred over time. But it accurately sums up a dual concept. While on the one hand the platforms on which we publish our information must ensure that such information is available only to those who are legitimized by us to do so, on[…]