To understand how digital technologies went from instruments for spreading democracy to weapons for attacking it, you have to look beyond the technologies themselves.
Giving policymakers practical steps to help close the many gaps they see in understanding how to deal with Artificial Intelligence technologies
The wider adoption of encrypted protocols for website delivery — HTTPS — could have uncertain long-term implications for online access to information around the world.
A look at the user interfaces of 4 different online libraries
L. Kelly Fitzpatrick
How social media bans reshape the filter bubble
Preparing for the worst and hoping for the best
Examining the unique socio-economic characteristics that affect how Small Islands States cope with health epidemics.
Despite largely negative media coverage of the subject, it is a good thing that TSA is brainstorming ways to optimize security in airports
Navigating and Understanding Digital Rights in Pakistan
An interview with Aida Joaquin Acosta summing up key points from 4 new policy papers on autonomous vehicles
Aida Joaquin Acosta
How cultural differences account for our feelings about technology
Listening to the voices of the most marginalized people "is essential if we want to make space for many worlds, many ways of being, knowing, and doing, in our visions of A.I. and…
EFF Executive Director Cindy Cohn and Harvard's Jonathan Zittrain discuss what a tech-positive future looks like—and how we can get there.
AI + Art workshop at Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society
What does it mean to be human if most of our interactions are with non-human intelligences?
Yochai Benkler describes the limitations of the popular view of economic inequality and technology
Exploring the emergence of consumer surveillance
Regulating, not banning, facial recognition technology
How should we think about the ethical implications of AI-powered products and services?
How a Journalist Confronts Azerbaijani Censorship
Journalist Arzu Geybullayeva discusses censorship, threats, and human rights in Azerbaijan
What happens if the Supreme Court strikes down a law, only to have a later court reverse it?
Faculty Associate Primavera De Filippi joins a debate discussing Blockchain, what it is, and whether it is deserving of its current hype.
Primavera De Filippi
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