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Shreya Tewari on facial recognition technology
evelyn douek weighs in on the Facebook Oversight Board’s upcoming decision
Harvard students explore disinformation on online platforms during the Assembly Student Fellowship
Zenzele Best provides an overview of the 2020-2021 Assembly Student Fellowship
Zahra Stardust and colleagues on cybersecurity and dating apps
Elizabeth Renieris pens essay about Clubhouse
A profile of Bruce Schneier in IEEE Spectrum
Susan Benesch says human rights law could guide social media companies to regulate hateful speech
A Q&A with evelyn douek
Nani Jansen Reventlow warns of the limitations of facial recognition technology
Nani Jansen Reventlow
Allissa Richardson joins Slate’s Amicus podcast
BKC community members weigh in on political misinformation
evelyn douek says that if Facebook can discourage hate speech and incitements to violence on a special occasion, it can do so all the time.
Allissa Richardson argues against sharing videos of violent police encounters in an op-ed for Vox.
Lance Eaton and colleague Danielle Leek publish an essay on digital service-learning
Samer Hassan provides an overview of P2P Models’ involvement in a recent EU report
Danielle Allen joins Amanpour and Company to discuss American Justice.
Dr. Allissa Richardson spoke with WUSA9 about having Black deaths aired on TV
Jonathan Zittrain discusses the future of NFTs with KQED.
Samer Hassan and Primavera De Filippi attempt to clarify "What is a Decentralized Autonomous Organization"
Primavera De Filippi
Bruce Schneier says that AIs will grant our wishes, and then hack them, exploiting our social, political, and economic systems