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Leonard Cortana on why France’s entry for the Best International Feature Film at the Academy Awards, Les Misérables, should be inscribed in the history of French cinema
How can putting marginalized people at the very center of design and technology change the world for the better?
Elizabeth Renieris on why we should not celebrate Google's move to remove third-party cookies from Chrome
Discussing Facebook’s Oversight Board
evelyn douek reviews a recent white paper from Facebook on online content moderation
BKC faculty associate Jennifer Jenkins on the differences between European and US copyright law when it comes to the rights of musicians
Learning from our past and reevaluating our present, a recent World Affairs Council event opened discussion for what’s next in the world of information access.
An overview of smart cities and whether they can be forces for good.
Alex Stamos discusses his experience at Facebook handling 2016 election interference, as well as his work on cybersecurity, disinformation, and end-to-end encryption with evelyn…
Jessica Fjeld, lead author of Principled AI, answered questions about the report and its implications
As Amazon expands its reign over e-commerce and gets more aggressive about rooting out counterfeiting, it’s taking a more active role in judging intellectual property disputes
Julie Owono was recently quoted in leading French Magazine L'Express about a social media tax, proposed by a French MP, to fight against hate speech online
evelyn douek urges transparency and accountability in industry-wide content removal decisions
Dariusz Jemielniak on a Chinese app that tracks the spread of the coronavirus.
Ifeoma Ajunwa testifies in front of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor
Ethan Zuckerman at Cornell
J. Nathan Matias
Danielle Citron devised an eight-point plan for political campaigns to protect against fabricated video and audio
Taylor Lorenz shares her views on “Ok Boomer,” the “flattening” of politics by social media and the internet, and the causes of the United States’ internet regulation vacuum.
Ifeoma Ajunwa testified in Congress on automated hiring, workplace surveillance, and genetic testing as part of workplace wellness programs.
The video isn’t legally actionable and shouldn’t be taken down, said Jonathan Zittrain, but Facebook and Twitter should probably label the video
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