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Discrimination through data: How police use of big data can endanger young people’s rights

The Metropolitan Police’s use of a ‘gang matrix’ has sparked concern from Amnesty International, which has warned that it could be discriminatory. Daragh Murray and Professor Pete Fussey of the University of Essex explore the issue, and the wider human rights risks of using big data in policing.

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