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Tus likes ¿tu voto? Explotación masiva de datos personales y manipulación informativa en la campaña electoral de Donald Trump a la presidencia de EEUU 2016

@inproceedings{Gonzalo2018TusL,
  title={Tus likes ¿tu voto? Explotaci{\'o}n masiva de datos personales y manipulaci{\'o}n informativa en la campa{\~n}a electoral de Donald Trump a la presidencia de EEUU 2016},
  author={Sara Su{\'a}rez Gonzalo},
  year={2018}
}
espanolLos diarios Observer y The New York Times han revelado un supuesto escandalo de corrupcion de datos a escala masiva que involucra a Facebook y a Cambridge Analytica y que podria haber favorecido la victoria electoral de Donald Trump. El objetivo de este articulo es analizar las condiciones de posibilidad del caso y de su potencial influencia en la decision de voto estadounidense. Para ello se examina el contexto cientifico-tecnologico, empresarial y legal relacionado con las tecnologias… 
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