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evelyn douek shares her perspective with The New York Times
Deciding which postings to take down is a difficult and unpopular job. So Mark Zuckerberg is outsourcing it, says evelyn douek
Valentin Weber tracks the global diffusion of repressive information controls and techniques
Data & Society report aims to create a taxonomy of trolling tactics.
As synthetic biology "programming" reaches the complexity of traditional computer programming, the risks of computer systems will transfer to biological systems.
Australia has held itself up as a model for cracking down on violent extremist material online since the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand. But the limits to its approach have…
What happens when the slow telos of parenthood meets the insatiable rhythms of social media?
Why oversharing about children today could end up hurting them for years to come.
Policy experts debate what legal responsibility social media companies should have under the 1996 Communications Decency Act
We need civics education in schools to build effective democratic citizens, says BKC faculty associate Danielle Allen
Data & Society report uses case studies to illustrate four main techniques of source hacking
Bruce Schneier comments on election security for NPR
Progress bars on computers manage users’ expectations of waiting
Assembly Student Fellowship convenes students to tackle the biggest issues in tech today.
Armies of workers help power the technological wizardry that is reshaping our lives – but they are invisible and their jobs are precarious.
Facing a labor shortage, restaurants are turning to on-demand services for line cooks, dishwashers and other trained workers.
Domain experts from MIT, Harvard, and RightsCon offer insight into the intersection of emerging tech and human rights.
An interview with David Weinberger
BKC fellow proposes guidelines to build better tools that can safeguard society
The distinction between military and consumer products largely doesn't exist
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