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BKC Faculty Associate Ethan Zuckerman explains the negative effects of the loss of tools for studying social media.
BKC Responsible AI Fellow Rumman Chowdhury discusses how to act responsibly with AI development.
BKC Faculty Associate Larry Lessig discusses Twitter, now X, a year after Elon Musk's takeover of the platform.
BKC Faculty Associate Susan Benesch discusses the relationship with heated political speech and real-world violence.
Cyberlaw Clinical Instructor Alejandra Caraballo comments on how Twitter, now X, has become toxic for LGBTQ people since Elon Musk's takeover of the platform.
BKC Faculty Associate Petra Molnar joins the RefugeE Studies Center to discuss how the use of new technologies in immigration and asylum governance affect human rights.
BKC Director Jonathan Zittrain and BKC Alumnus Kashmir Hill discuss Hill's new book, "Your Face Belongs to Us: A Secretive Startup's Quest to End Privacy as We Know It."
BKC Faculty Associate Larry Lessig speaks with The Verge's Nilay Patel about BKC's new Applied Social Media Lab and why AI and social media are causing a free speech crisis for…
BKC Faculty Associate Ethan Zuckerman and Chand Rajendra-Nicolucci discuss how community governance could benefit online communities.
BKC Graduate Student Fellow Bulelani Jili dicusses internet governance in African countries.
BKC Faculty Associate Asaf Lubin comments on why it makes little sense that there are no rules for espionage during times of peace when there are rules for times of war.
BKC Affiliate Micaela Mantegna joins a World Economic Forum discussion on the new world of work brought on by digitalization and the development of AI.
Rebecca Tushnet explains that tradmark holders often make the argument that they have no choice but to try to enforce its trademark but this argument rarely holds water.
BKC Director Jonathan Zittrain comments on the economics of zero-ad versions of social media sites.
BKC Faculty Associate Jasmine McNealy explains why rural communities must be included in the development of policies related to artificial intelligence.
BKC Faculty Associate Leah Plunkett discusses considerations parents should make before sharing information about their children online.
BKC Affiliate Aviv Ovadya argues that reinventing our democratic infrastructure is not just possible, it is necessary.
BKC Affiliates Bruce Schneier and Nathan Sanders explore the patchwork of organizations charged with regulating AI usage in political campaign ads.
BKC Faculty Associate Salomé Viljoen and collaborator Amanda Parsons, explain why current laws are not well equipped to confront problems generated by the rise of informational…
Nadah Feteih and Elodie Vialle argue that companies should involve at-risk communities in the design process of new technologies.