Data visualization gives people sometimes a strong feeling of understanding about an issue; like “let’s map the financial crisis up to the millisecond.” What you get is that this visualization becomes its own entertainment; rather than uniting against the bankers, we look at graphs about them… rather than putting financial fraudsters in jail we are entertained by interactive maps that show who they’re connected to…

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