I literally gambled away my personal data, and here’s what I learned

June 5, 2018 Guðrun í Jákupsstovu


Two weeks ago, I gave away loads of my personal information to a stranger. Why? I attended the Black Box Bellagio, a gambling event taking place in Amsterdam, which, in their own words, is “an unusual casino that won’t take your money, but is after your freedom, integrity, and private data instead. Play with the (un)fairness of expected values and chances, predicted risks, and giving up your identity.” The event was an art project, designed and developed by the Dutch artist Roos Groothuizen and was hosted as part of Waag’s, Project Decode, a project aimed to raise awareness and inform citizens…

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