Algorithms and Data are Overtaking Our Political Processes

And now policy discussions are taking a back seat

Justin Draper
Aug 11, 2020 · 6 min read

How Campaigns Use Data

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Your Data Isn’t Available to Everyone

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The Race for Data has Contributed to Increased Hyper-partisanship

Can We Take Back Elections from Big Data?

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Justin Draper

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Justin Draper is a writer, musician, animal lover, political watcher and pun enthusiast from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Digital Diplomacy

Tech, digital, and innovation, at the intersection with policy, government, and social good.

Justin Draper

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Justin Draper is a writer, musician, animal lover, political watcher and pun enthusiast from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Digital Diplomacy

Tech, digital, and innovation, at the intersection with policy, government, and social good.

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