Palantir: A strange hill to die on

The other side of the Coin(base); Big Data’s conscience; and Karp as Keyser

After a week in which Coinbase controversially vowed to keep politics out of its workplace, it’s hard for me to not dig into Palantir, which is an inevitably political — albeit promising — private business that just went public via direct listing on Wednesday…

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