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data collection for March 7

 

At March 7

 

Jon dancing because with collected data that we needed

 

 

In March, the ph was about 6.9 and the turbidity of water had an average amount of 185.

I notice that our data had decreased and increased from September and November and January.

Next time we collect data, I wonder the ph and the turbidity would increase because the data has been increasing for 2 months.

New Atlantis  

A Great Barrier that Blokes Sugar Molecules

In FA-7 science class, we investigated the size of an egg. At first, we saw this video on youtube about an egg changing its volume. In that video that we saw an egg that was put into vinegar for 24 hours and put into water and corn syrup also for 24 hours. And I was amazed by it. The size of the egg changed so much that I could see that the edges changed. And after looking at this video, we draw a simple model.

After drawing the model, we saw the video several times, and our group wrote a prestige. We also thought of independent variable and dependent variable. There were time, temperature, and size of the nicer was the thing that we came up with of, the nicer was the thing that we came up with.

In our first test, we used water for A, syrup for B, liquid soap for the C


 

1st experiment

Our groups understand that…

1. Sugar molecules can go inside of this egg. Vinegar melted the egg’s shell. But not big enough for the sugar molecules.

2.low density moves to higher density. So the egg got bigger/lower until the density is averaged out.

After in the vinegar

 

What? So What? Now What?

In my story, Justin faces problems between inequalities. Justin and his father is at one of the lowest places on society. Their job is to look for new thing on the ocean because sea level raised in a rapid speed, scientists wasn’t prepared for the resources. And Justin doesn’t get enough education for some knowledge.sustainable development goals 4, 10 explains Quality education and Reduced inequalities. With this problem, UN is also solving it. So, I believe that we (looking form the future) tried our best to do so.

 

Big data

Jun. Lee  

We should have the rights to have a privacy    

Friends know one another and share their personal information. Suppose another friend has collected data to know everything about you. Then it is difficult to say that the friend and you are sharing information. It is that he stole your information. Do you want to be friends with Big data? And rarely, friends disappoint us. They can collect and sell our data any time to companies for money, and it can be there forever.  

 

We should not allow companies to use our personal information without permissions. They sell people’s personal information for a gain, and there is a huge market for it. Facebook makes a good example in that it is one of the companies selling people’s personal information to commercial companies to make money. According to the article, “This is how Facebook Uses Your Data for Ad Targeting “by Kurt Wagner, Facebook sells customers’ information to commercial companies. “Facebook argued that they did not actually sell customers data but made $40 billion last year anyway” (2018) Like many other companies, Facebook also makes much more money by selling ideas based on our data, companies link advertisements so as to match our searching key words. For example, if you type a word, ‘skateboard’ in a portal website, you will soon see a plethora of relevant advertising showing that attracts your attention. According to the video, “ISPs can now sell your data without permission “by Nilay Patel that ISPs hate that companies like Google and Facebook because they have easy access to your data and make tons of money by selling it to ad companies. “ISPs spends a lot of money lobbying Congress members, and the Republicans in congress seemingly bought into the idea that ISPs and Google should be subject to the same kinds of regulation.” (2017) This means that Facebook pays more attention to making money than securing customers’ personal information. And ISP which privacy data is fundamental, is starting to take data.  

However, people should acknowledge that Facebook allows people to communicate with others. Thus, they are able to take their data. We can understand it. But if they keep selling our data for money, then Facebook will face a severe problem.  

 Facebook and Twitter don’t delete user data as at the moment; posts and photos exist in perpetuity. Even though ephemeral apps like Snapchat delete posts after a specified time period, users can take screenshots of anything viewed on their smart device. In numerous media crises, we’ve seen people scramble to lock down their Twitter accounts or delete old tweets. Yet somehow, damning comments always make their way to the surface, showcased in scathing articles just minutes later. (2015) And an article “What Happens to Your Facebook Account Information When You Delete Your Profile? Here’s How Long It Takes to Disappear” by Alli Hoff Kosik If you take the more extreme measure of actually deleting your account,  Facebook notes that you won’t be able to regain access — at least, not after a short cooling off period during which your cancellation request will be cancelled if you can’t resist the urge to try to log in. Don’t get comfortable just because that cooling period has passed, though: According to the  FB Help Center, it can take as long as 90 days for the site to totally wipe the data of yours that’s been stored in their backup systems. (2018)  

I mean that for 90 days our data can be moved and have plenty of time for be collected again. 

As I mentioned above, people’s personal information can be collected through a variety of means at any time even while we are walking. According to the article,“20 Mind-Boggling Facts Everyone Must Read” by Bernard Marr, within five years, there will be over 50 billion connected smart devices in the world. (2015) 50 billion is even bigger than the number of world population. It means that our lives will be bombarded with devices collecting data at in real time. And out of 50 billion, 6.1 billion is smart phone users. According to the article, “7 out of 10 smartphone apps share users’ data with third-party services” by Nares Vallina-Rodriguez and Srikanth Sundaresan, more than 70 percent of smartphone apps are reporting users’ personal data to third- party tracking companies. “When people install a new Android or iOS app, it asks the user’s permission before accessing personal information. This is a positive function. Some information that these apps collect is necessary for them to work properly”. A map app would not be nearly as useful if it cannot use the GPS data to gain information about locations. 

If mobile device users allow Internet companies like Google and Facebook to collect their personal information, the companies would have no problem getting a plethora of information within a blank of an eye because there are approximately 2 billion computers and 7.2 billion phones. 

 

We shouldn’t let other companies take our data without permission because If our data is collected, it can be there forever. According to the article “Why Your Data Will Never Be Deleted “by  Michael Fertik

 

It is no widely accepted that people can buy a friend a meaningful present online by using his personal information. However, if these data become a weapon, nobody can control it. Therefore, people should pay close attention to their personal information if it is safe and do their best to secure safety. 

 

Kosik, Alli Hoff. “If You Delete Your Facebook Profile, This Is What Happens To Your Information.” Bustle, Bustle, 31 July 2018, www.bustle.com/p/what-happens-to-your-facebook-account-information-when-you-delete-your-profile-heres-how-long-it-takes-to-disappear-8760084. 

Kosik, Alli Hoff. “If You Delete Your Facebook Profile, This Is What Happens To Your Information.” Bustle, Bustle, 31 July 2018, www.bustle.com/p/what-happens-to-your-facebook-account-information-when-you-delete-your-profile-heres-how-long-it-takes-to-disappear-8760084. 

Patel, Nilay. “ISPs Can Now Sell Your Data without Permission.” YouTube, YouTube, 4 Apr. 2017, www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5KgDka0FYA. 

Vallina-Rodriguez, Narseo, and Srikanth Sundaresan. “7 In 10 Smartphone Apps Share Your Data with Third-Party Services.” Scientific American, 30 May 2017, www.scientificamerican.com/article/7-in-10-smartphone-apps-share-your-data-with-third-party-services/. 

Wagner, Kurt. “This Is How Facebook Uses Your Data for Ad Targeting.” Recode, Recode, 11 Apr. 2018, www.recode.net/2018/4/11/17177842/facebook-advertising-ads-explained-mark-zuckerberg.Kosik, Alli Hoff. “If You Delete Your Facebook Profile, This Is What Happens To Your Information.” Bustle, Bustle, 31 July 2018, www.bustle.com/p/what-happens-to-your-facebook-account-information-when-you-delete-your-profile-heres-how-long-it-takes-to-disappear-8760084. 

Kosik, Alli Hoff. “If You Delete Your Facebook Profile, This Is What Happens To Your Information.” Bustle, Bustle, 31 July 2018, www.bustle.com/p/what-happens-to-your-facebook-account-information-when-you-delete-your-profile-heres-how-long-it-takes-to-disappear-8760084. 

Marr, Bernard. “20 Mind-Boggling Facts About Quantum Computing Everyone Should Read.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 23 Feb. 2018, www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2018/02/23/20-mind-boggling-facts-about-quantum-computing-everyone-should-read/. 

Patel, Nilay. “ISPs Can Now Sell Your Data without Permission.” YouTube, YouTube, 4 Apr. 2017, www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5KgDka0FYA. 

Vallina-Rodriguez, Narseo, and Srikanth Sundaresan. “7 In 10 Smartphone Apps Share Your Data with Third-Party Services.” Scientific American, 30 May 2017, www.scientificamerican.com/article/7-in-10-smartphone-apps-share-your-data-with-third-party-services/. 

Wagner, Kurt. “This Is How Facebook Uses Your Data for Ad Targeting.” Recode, Recode, 11 Apr. 2018, www.recode.net/2018/4/11/17177842/facebook-advertising-ads-explained-mark-zuckerberg. 

 

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