As for regulations, the question is only valid if you asked it after the Obama campaign's similar use of data.
Unethical use of the data would be usage which violates the contract(s) under which the data were collected.
Should foreign countries restrict use of their data in the United States...
"100% significance" makes no sense. A result is either significant or it isn't. Alpha is generally set at 0.05 or 0.01, depending on how stringent you want to be for Type I errors. Then if your p-value is less than your alpha your result is significant. p-value cannot equal 1.
But power has to...
The larger the sample size the greater the statistical power.
You still haven't answer my "so what" question. So what? Or if that question is too broad, why is this data mining any more problematic than the data that the Obama campaign did or that hundreds of companies do every day? I mean...
From my favorite libertarian blogger:
Gun Rights Lesson #313 – Treat Guns Like Driving
by Peter Venetoklis | Feb 3, 2017 | Guns | 0 comments
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one of a series of articles on gun rights. Each addresses a common anti-gun trope.
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