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They’ll be controlled by foreign actors, domestic political groups, even the candidates themselves, says BKC fellow Bruce Schneier.
Content governance in an age of disinformation
Judith Donath’s work from 1998 on the effects of trolling on Usenet groups was highlighted in a recent Wired article on disinformation.
Here’s what went most viral.
The most common concerns among health professionals when it comes to misinformation online is compliance with health treatments or prevention efforts.
Judith Donath joins Radio Boston to discuss the last decade in tech.
Elizabeth Renieris on why a blockchain-based identity layer for the web could have unintended consequences.
US academics and activists should be paying close attention
Jasmine McNealy on why “context is ever more important in this era of data-driven elections, social media, and emerging technology.”
A Q&A with BKC faculty associate Sasha Costanza-Chock
The Lumen Database helped a researcher uncover widespread fraud and aided in a criminal charge.
Jonas Kaiser on what journalists can learn from the late 2000s when it comes to misinformation
A theory of digital ID premised on Helen Nissenbaum’s theory of privacy
If everything can be faked, how can we know anything is real?
Faculty associate james Wahutu on what he hopes media organizations in the U.S. and the UK will do in 2020.
Leah Plunkett on how you should navigate your child's digital footprint.
“To save their childhood, youth today need us, their parents, to fight against our …
Berkman Klein Center’s Lumen database helps bring attention to falsified court orders
The BKC faculty associate participated in a panel called “Situating/Framing Data Governance”
Christopher Bavitz joined General Counsels from some of America’s health care institutions to explore pressing health policy facing companies today.
How public opinion will likely shape the regulation of three applications of AI in the US
Mary Gray on the need for a better social contract when it comes to the rights of informal workers
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