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Afsaneh Rigot connects Telegram in Russia, Elon Musk’s Twitter plans, and threats to abortion access and safety...
Centering the most marginalized and impacted in design processes—from ideation to production
This report outlines how Design From the Margins can be used to build technologies for decentered cases from the beginning of the design process…
Elizabeth Renieris shares about cryptocurrency's climate impact.
Will Marks and David Nemer assess Telegram's content moderation.
Babatunde Okunoye explains why Nigeria's digital identity project has exceeded the country's cybersecurity infrastructure.
Cybersecurity expert Bruce Schneier explains that paper vaccine cards strike a good balance between ease and security.
Daniel Solove and Woodrow Hartzog have devised a series of recommendations to better Internet governance in "Breached! Why Data Security Law Fails and How to Improve It."
Ethan Zuckerman traces Wikipedia's transformation from controversial to trusted source.
Nathan Matias and Lucas Wright provide useful tools to understand how adaptive algorithms can make an impact on individuals and society.
J. Nathan Matias
Urs Gasser and Virgílio Almeida take a historical look at the evolution of Internet governance to help inform the future.
Is the "marketplace of ideas" fact or fantasy? Yochai Benkler assesses the future of free speech in a world of what he calls an "epistemic crisis" of disinformation and distrust.
Sahar Massachi speaks on a new way of fostering Internet health.
Afsaneh Rigot explains why Design from the Margins is necessary and salutary...
evelyn douek speaks on Spotify's controversial involvement in the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.
Reinforcement learning could be the most promising path to artificial general intelligence. But Tom Zick and a team of other researchers urge caution in a new report.
Primavera De Filippi explains the implications of an NTF collection featuring fuzzy versions of Hermès bags.
Primavera De Filippi
David Nemer describes the repercussions of the Bolsonaro administration's efforts to delegitimize mainstream media.
Elettra Bietti traces "the origins and evolution of digital regulation from its early cyberlibertarian roots to contemporary debates around the governance of digital platforms."
Ethan Zuckerman writes that algorithms can be improved by focusing on the people who train the machines — and society at large.
Micaela Mantegna brings up crucial privacy and ethical concerns that come with the emergence of the metaverse.