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Sameer Hinduja explains the implications of a security flaw on Reddit that allow removed posts to continue to be viewed.
In Nieman Lab's predictions for journalism in 2022, Jonas Kaiser explores the need for fact-checking — and who should be doing it.
In the Nieman Lab's predictions for journalism in 2022, j. Siguru Wahutu expresses hope for a humbler media ecosystem.
j. Siguru Wahutu
Ethan Zuckerman points to a mailing list in rural Vermont as a potential way forward for a more equitable Internet.
"We need people to take…
Jessica Fjeld and other experts reflect on the apparent dangers of Facebook's Metaverse.
Elizabeth Renieris assesses a national ID scheme developing in Ethiopia amid the country’s civil war.
Godwin's Law states that the likelihood of referencing Nazis increases as online discussions grow. But after analyzing nearly 200 million Reddit posts, Dariusz Jemielniak and…
Woodrow Hartzog writes that “Privacy is still a concept in disarray. But that’s okay."
A metaLAB (at) Harvard project illustrates how a movement such as #MeToo is constituted by masses of unobserved tweets.
Juan Ortiz Freuler sketches the challenges of datafication for human rights.
Juan Ortiz Freuler
Patrick Murck discusses the potential for cryptocurrencies to help shift into an abundance mindset.
Jad Esber and a colleague explore reputation systems in web3.
Allissa Richardson examines how African American mobile journalism became a model for marginalized people’s political communication across the United States.
Afsaneh Rigot writes that requirements for real identities on the Internet pose immense safety and security issues — especially for marginalized persons.
evelyn douek offers an explanation for why the Facebook Papers have failed to make as much of an impact internationally.
Nick Couldry and Ulises Ali Mejias trace a trend in research that focuses on how society is transformed by data extraction for profit.
Katya Abazajian writes about the difficulties that arise when government agencies are reluctant to share information with each other.
Ethan Zuckerman points out room for improvement in Facebook's openness to misinformation research.
Ethan Zuckerman writes that social media companies must become more open to outside research to tackle misinformation.