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Be aware and exercise your #Google #criticism

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series My quest to become a #MIE
This is an idea for a his­to­ry les­son on “search machine-criticism”:

Homework: Watch this video

[arve url=“https://www.ted.com/talks/eli_pariser_beware_online_filter_bubbles?language=en#t‑177480” title=“Google bubbles” /]

 

In class;

Test the assertions/claims in the video by chang­ing loca­tion and Google accounts:

  1. Google the same key­word from dif­fer­ent IP adress­es: at home, in school or at work and take screen­shots of the results. Ask a friend abroad to con­duct the same search from a for­eign IP address and send you a screen­shot. Ask your par­ents to log in to their Google account and per­form the same search Is there a dif­fer­ence? Does the teacher get is the same search results?
  2. How ‘incog­ni­to’ are you when you are search­ing ‘incog­ni­to’? Find out what data Google stores about you and your search­es even when you are brows­ing incog­ni­to. Com­pare with anoth­er search engine, for exam­ple Duck­Duck­Go .
  3. Write 250 words about how the search fil­ters on Google (and maybe Face­book) works, and give some sug­ges­tions on how to take this into account when doing research.
  4. Look up and dis­cuss the inter­net his­to­ry data leg­is­la­tion in your coun­try in class. Pri­va­cy and civ­il rights vs. security?

 

 

Test pås­tandene i klassen

  1. Brug samme søge­ord i browserens nor­mal og inkog­ni­to-til­stand. Få en ven i udlan­det til at fore­tage den samme søgn­ing fra en uden­land­sk ip-adresse og sende dig et screen­shot. Er der forskel ? Får lær­eren de samme søgere­sul­tater? Hvad kan det skyldes?
  2. Hvor ‘inkog­ni­to’ er du, når du søger inkog­ni­to? Under­søg, hvad Google gem­mer og ved om dig, når du søger inkog­ni­to. Sam­men­lign med en anden søge­mask­ine, fx https://duckduckgo.com/
  3. Skriv 250 ord om hvor­dan søge­filtre på inter­net­tet fun­ger­er,  og giv nogle bud på hvor­dan man kan tage højde for dette, når man laver research.
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