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evelyn douek shares the limitations of the Facebook Oversight Board's ruling on Donald Trump's account.
Bruce Schneier is interviewed about the future of AI hacking.
Jon Penney outlines a new framework for understanding "chilling effects" on speech.
evelyn douek and Joan Donovan comment on Facebook’s response to the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Joan Donovan shares findings from her research on vaccine misinformation.
Joan Donovan explores vaccine disinformation and the election.
Kendra Albert explains lawsuit over “Warzone” video game trademark
evelyn douek says simply erasing things from the internet comes at a cost and it might not be worth it.
A Q&A with Primavera De Filippi
Primavera De Filippi
In a post for Brookings, Bruce Schneier and colleague argue that cybersecurity vulnerabilities are a major part of warfare.
Nani Jansen Reventlow writes about the impact of AI on marginalized groups.
Nani Jansen Reventlow
A Q&A with Francine Berman
Sameer Hinduja shares insights on how to address cyberbullying.
Elizabeth Renieris discusses data collection by private-sector companies and how incentives differ for public health organizations.
Bruce Schneier and colleague Henry Farrell published a new report via the Johns Hopkins Stavros Niarchos Foundation.
Shreya Tewari interviews journalist Aroon Deep
The Verge features study from John Bowers and Jonathan Zittrain
A study by John Bowers, Clare Stanton, and Jonathan Zittrain examined hyperlinks in New York Times articles from 1996 through mid-2019.
Bruce Schneier and colleague argue AI software can easily pass for real public comments
Rebecca Tushnet says lockdown boredom may be contributing to the rise of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs