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BKC affiliate Simin Kargar says Iran for years has harassed journalists, political dissidents and artists in its internal disinformation campaigns
A report that the Epstein was injured in jail dredged up a conspiracy theory about the Clintons — and thanks to a hashtag, the baseless rumor likely has a whole lot of new…
What Technical Debt Can Teach Us About the Dangers of AI Working Too Well
Can insurance companies refuse to cover the costs of a cyberattack linked to nation-state actors?
Jonathan Zittrain argues that overreliance on artificial intelligence may put us in intellectual debt
Q&A with Journalist’s Resource offers advice for journalists
Twitter has ceded responsibility for governing its own platform to its most prolific and controversial user, says BKC affiliate Joan Donovan.
Dragana Kaurin says that Libra is getting more out of the relationship than Mercy Corps
Researchers from metaLAB develop a new tool for curricular exploration at Harvard
Twenty-seven prominent researchers from MIT, Harvard, Princeton, NYU, UC Berkeley and Columbia have signed an open statement of concern regarding the use of actuarial risk…
Velislava Hillman asks whether the constant monitoring, micromanagement and data collection of students can guarantee a safe environment for students
Local firms in India will be at a disadvantage if big tech companies are given plum roles, says Padmashree Gehl Sampath
Padmashree Gehl Sampath
What could an industry standard for socially responsible, ethically-attuned technologies look like?
The Enterprisers Project highlights Bruce Schneier’s Liars and Outliers: Enabling the Trust that Society Needs to Thrive
What happens when white supremacists on the hate site Stormfront learn that they’re not as white as they thought? Two researchers investigated.
Jonathan Zittrain delivers an energetic presentation on the ethical responsibilities of tech companies toward consumers in the era of artificial intelligence.
Telling the president to unblock critics was easy, but interpreting the rule for other government accounts could be hard
Announcing the CAP Case Browser
L. Kelly Fitzpatrick
A project from BKC fellow Hyunjin Seo will offer evidence-based technology education for women who have been recently released from incarceration
BKC fellow honored for his work on Perma.cc and Caselaw Access Project
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