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Every plausible configuration of social media in 2020 is unpalatable, Jonathan Zittrain says.
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‘Their Names’ project gathers the stories of 28,000 people, from Jan. 1, 2000, to George Floyd
Report features seven recommendations for Internet companies
An overview of case studies from Youth and Media report on Youth and the Digital Economy
Julia Reda comments on media literacy to combat disinformation
Apryl Williams discusses the historical context, significance of the ‘Karen Meme’
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Elizabeth Renieris joins Our Data podcast
GAiA event explores cost of COVID-19 treatments
Mutale Nkonde talks to NPR about facial recognition
Award administered by the Library of Congress recognizes work in disciplines not covered by the Nobel Prizes.
evelyn douek spoke to Australia’s Select Committee on Foreign Interference through Social Media about misinformation.
Technological systems should be reimagined to include the needs and the rights of refugees, Dragana Kaurin argues.
Jonas Kaiser talks with German radio station about social media bots, his recent paper
Bruce Schneier talks end-to-end encryption with CNN
Woodrow Hartzog co-authors essay warning of dangers, offering suggestions for tech and COVID-19
Padmashree Gehl Sampath on COVID-19 treatments
Padmashree Gehl Sampath
Joan Donovan and Jonas Kaiser discuss challenges with studying automated bots on social media
Mutale Nkonde a guest on LawBytes Podcast
Sorrow alone doesn’t tell the whole story, Desmond Patton says.