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Samer Hassan shows how blockchain technology can create collaborative economies.
Jonathan Zittrain testifies before a Senate subcommittee about the Internet of Things.
Joan Donavan and Yochai Benkler share insights on the causes and effects of disinformation
Jonas Kaiser and colleague evaluate the impact of deplatforming
Sandra Wachter weighs in on the ethical implications of a computer tracking workers’ emotions.
Ben Green opines that people may put too much faith in human oversight of AI.
The Harvard Law Bulletin showcases work from members of the Berkman Klein community on mis- and disinformation and the Center’s projects and programs that produce it.
Jessica Fjeld offers legal insights on art created by artificial intelligence.
Elizabeth Renieris considers the pitfalls of Apple’s new ID feature.
Danielle Citron comments on Google’s efforts to reduce slander.
Micaela Mantegna defines the ‘metaverse’ and explains how it could be the next phase of the internet.
evelyn douek shares the limitations of the Facebook Oversight Board's ruling on Donald Trump's account.
Bruce Schneier is interviewed about the future of AI hacking.
Jon Penney outlines a new framework for understanding "chilling effects" on speech.
evelyn douek and Joan Donovan comment on Facebook’s response to the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Joan Donovan shares findings from her research on vaccine misinformation.
Joan Donovan explores vaccine disinformation and the election.
Kendra Albert explains lawsuit over “Warzone” video game trademark
evelyn douek says simply erasing things from the internet comes at a cost and it might not be worth it.
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