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Susan Benesch provides an external review of the study
Humans aren't incorrigibly or universally selfish, but we've built plenty of institutions that do act that way.
Constant location-sharing is now the norm for some friend groups.
Internet Monitor paper offers insight into current events
Ben Green offers insights into why technology is not an end in itself
Report highlights tools that can boost union outreach to members
Inside the labor-intensive process that enables AI’s creation.
Has the momentum of #AsianAugust continued in the way fans and critics had hoped?
WhatsApp and YouTube formed a powerful feedback loop of extremism and misinformation
Tech, policy, and ethics training should begin in undergraduate studies, Zuckerman says
2017 Report from Internet Monitor informs online censorship in India
New program explores disinformation in the digital public sphere from a cybersecurity perspective
General tips for strong, clear, persuasive writing; advice on editing; style rules; and more
Women are far less enthusiastic about the prospect of driverless cars than men, recent studies show.
Network Propaganda research on media ecosystems informs recent events
BKC community members contribute to Symposium for John Perry Barlow
With election meddling inevitable in 2020, the United States needs a powerful kill chain
Research informs New York Times investigation into YouTube’s recommendations
Non-internet-connected election systems are actually connected to the internet
BKC Faculty Associate Desmond Patton shares his perspective
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