This is a good start. You should move your "Introduction" section to above your contents box. Also, I'd like to see more course content about ethics involved. You get into what some of the ethical concerns are, I think course material could help provide a framework for the reader to use to think about them.
Comment by Flannery O'Donnell: I would recommend changing the format of your references to match with Wikipedia's style. In order to do this, insert the citation in your text whenever you reference an article (aka any place where an in-text citation would occur in an academic article). The format is : . For example, your first reference would be formatted as . I wanted to go in and do some for you to be helpful, but it is hard for me to be sure where you referenced each article. Hope this is clear! ...also I just realized that the examples just became actual citations which can be confusing to read. Click on "edit" to read this comment so that it will make more sense.
This has been written very well and has many unique subheadings within the page. I'm not quite sure that you need a conclusion section here, the page is not supposed to be an argument but instead an overview of the topic. The ethics section has a good start to it but more class concepts and scholarly articles can always help.
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- ↑ Cambridge Analytica. (n.d.). Retrieved March 13, 2019, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_Analytica