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Benefitting whom ? An overview of companies profiting from “digital welfare”

analyse - 27 novembre 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (Privacy International)

Could private companies be the only ones really profitting from digital welfare ? This overview looks at the big players.
Key findings Companies like IBM, MasterCard and credit scoring agencies are developping programmes that reshape our access to welfare. A particular example is the case of the London Counter Fraud Hub were an investigation by Privacy International revealed how several London councils (Camden, Croydon, Ealing and Islington) were exploiting data about their own residents (...)



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