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Assigning an [[Entity]] present on the internet to some category for analysis.
 
Assigning an [[Entity]] present on the internet to some category for analysis.
 
==Context==
 
==Context==
The CCPA defines Inferences: a separate category of data that includes inferences drawn from any of the categories in the CCPA legislation to create a profile about the consumer, including preferences, trends, characteristics, psychological profiles and others.
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The CCPA defines [[Inference]]s: a separate category of data that includes inferences drawn from any of the categories in the CCPA legislation to create a profile about the consumer, including preferences, trends, characteristics, psychological profiles and others.
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==Problems==
 
==Problems==
 
Inferences about individuals can rapidly turn into stereotypes and create harm as a result.
 
Inferences about individuals can rapidly turn into stereotypes and create harm as a result.

Latest revision as of 16:39, 4 November 2018

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Assigning an Entity present on the internet to some category for analysis.

Context

The CCPA defines Inferences: a separate category of data that includes inferences drawn from any of the categories in the CCPA legislation to create a profile about the consumer, including preferences, trends, characteristics, psychological profiles and others.

Problems

Inferences about individuals can rapidly turn into stereotypes and create harm as a result.