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Some critics worry the new privacy push is also a way to dodge regulation and avoid moderating content: “The devil is in the details.”
A feminist approach to consent in digital technologies
Feminist research and bridging conversations about consent
Four faculty members reconsider long-held professional views
Jonathan Zittrain and Kendra Albert share moments when they had to re-examine some of their most closely held ideas about issues ranging from gun laws to brownies.
"Sealioning" and good versus bad faith demands for evidence on social media.
A critical perspective on this emerging notion of the data commons
Padmashree Gehl Sampath
Medical experts who counter misinformation are weathering coordinated attacks. Now some are fighting back
Facebook's stance on anti-vaccine misinformation, and what public health experts have to say about it.
The promise of life, reunion, and continuation on the African continent
Stopping to think about the ethics and unintended consequences of new technology.
Berkman Kleins' Digital Literacy Resource Platform was recently rolled out in the UK to help teachers fight back against cyberbullying
Amazon and the spread of health misinformation.
“I am an optimist, who believes that creativity, rigor, and selective disruption can make outsized social impact possible."
Many companies equate new technology with innovation, but actual innovation in cities means using tech in concert with bureaucracy, on-the-ground awareness, and challenging political choices.
Innovation can mean more than just "use new technology."
You’ve probably never heard of many of the data firms registered under a new law, but they’ve heard a lot about you.
Jonny Sun joins the TED2019 "Bigger than Us" speaker lineup
The UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights consults with the field
Bringing into focus the impact that new technologies can have on socio-economic, civil and political rights
Nani Jansen Reventlow
How the first documented nation-state cyberattack is changing security today.
Change is a constant in the security industry, and being willing to change as needed is one of the key growth factors in any business — large or small.
Assessing the integrity, safety, and security of the vote -- the most important element of a truly democratic government
The requirements of the GDPR are increasingly coming into conflict with the requirements of research communities
Fakery is gushing in from everywhere and we’re drowning in it.
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