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Because of the ad hoc nature of self-governance by corporations, few protections are in
place for those most affected by algorithmic decision-making. Much of the processes for obtaining
data, aggregating it, making it into digital profiles, and applying it to individuals are corporate
trade secrets. This means they are out of the control of citizens and regulators. As a result,
there is no agency or body currently in place that develops standards, audits, or enforces necessary
policies.
While law has always lagged behind technology, in this instance technology has become
de facto law affecting the lives of millions—a context that demands lawmakers create policies
for algorithmic accountability to ensure these powerful tools serve the public good.

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