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Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University

Platform Accountability Through Digital “Poison Cabinets”

Preserving records of what user content is taken down—and why—could make platforms more accountable and transparent

Apr 13, 2021
BKC Medium Collection

What happened with digital rights in Africa in Q1 2021?

Tunde Okunoye shares an overview of developments in digital rights in Africa for the BKC Medium Collection.

Apr 12, 2021
Council on Foreign Relations

Technology and Youth Represent Nigeria’s Path Out of the Woods

Tunde Okunoye discusses the roles of Nigerian youth and technology in a post for the Council on Foreign Relations.

Apr 12, 2021
The Conversation

South African case study sheds light on how vaccine manufacturing can be developed

Padmashree Gehl Sampath and her co-author provide an overview of a case study on financing and manufacturing the COVID-19 vaccine

Apr 11, 2021

Inside QAnon

Joan Donovan discusses QAnon with CNN.

Apr 10, 2021

Trump faces a narrow path to victory against Facebook suspension

evelyn douek comments on the Facebook Oversight Board

Apr 9, 2021
Boston 25 News

David O’Brien on ransomware attacks

David O’Brien spoke with Boston 25 News about ransomware attacks and the ransomware industry

Apr 8, 2021
The Atlantic

NFTs Show the Value of Owning the Unownable

Jonathan Zittrain and Will Marks argue the complexity and arbitrariness of non-fungible tokens are a big part of their appeal

Apr 7, 2021
The Washington Post

YouTube says it’s getting better at taking down videos that break its rules. They still number in the millions.

Joan Donovan discusses disinformation on YouTube with The Washington Post.

Apr 6, 2021
Democracy in Danger

The Wild We‪b‬

Danielle Citron joins the Democracy in Danger podcast.

Apr 5, 2021

The software industry dodges an API tax in Oracle decision

Kendra Albert weighs in on Supreme Court's fair-use decision

Apr 5, 2021
Centre for International Governance Innovation

What’s Really at Stake with Vaccine Passports

Elizabeth Renieris explains vaccine passports and potential implications of enforcing them.

Apr 5, 2021

Facebook's 'supreme court' struggles to set global free speech rules

evelyn douek speaks with Politico about the Facebook Oversight Board

Apr 1, 2021
Boston 25 News

David O’Brien on privacy considerations for third-party vaccine websites

David O’Brien shares insight on using third-party vaccine scheduling websites

Mar 31, 2021
Media Manipulation Casebook

Mitigating Medical Misinformation

Joan Donovan and colleagues publish a whole-of-society approach to countering spam, scams, and hoaxes

Mar 30, 2021
BKC Medium Collection

‘There has been less of a buffer’: discussing intimate partner violence during the pandemic

Berkman Klein Center event explores how technology factors into pandemic response

Mar 29, 2021
University of British Columbia

Micaela Mantegna on A.I. & I.P.

2020-2021 affiliate discusses AI copyright and trademark law

Mar 28, 2021

If Mark Zuckerberg won’t fix Facebook’s algorithms problem, who will?

evelyn douek and Julie Owono talk with Vox Recode about the Facebook Oversight Board

Mar 26, 2021
The New York Times

On Google Podcasts, a Buffet of Hate

Jessica Fjeld speaks with New York Times about content moderation on Google Podcasts

Mar 25, 2021