Bug Bounties to Expose and Prevent Algorithmic Harms
February 4, 2022 | Grantee Publications | Technology in the Public Interest
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Algorithmic Justice League’s report on bug bounties shares how paying hackers to find security bugs could be applied to reduce algorithmic harms. The report argues using bug bounties could foster discovery, disclosure, and reduction of algorithmic harm. AJL, a grantee, proposes a design framework and principles for bug bounties and shares a case study from Twitter. The report emphasizes the importance of a diverse and inclusive community that cultivates accountability for harms exposed.

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