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evelyn douek speaks to The New York Times about Twitter blocking the link to a New York Post article.
Allissa Richardson talks protest journalism on the Start Making Sense podcast
The Lumen project’s annual report highlights the technical improvements, research, outreach, and data collection from the last year.
New paper published in Computers in Human Behavior
Jessy Kate Schingler discusses the critical issues that arise when we consider civilization in outer space
Jessy Kate Schingler
BKC co-directors James Mickens and Jonathan Zittrain discussed today’s cybersecurity challenges at a recent event.
Journalists should treat systematic disinformation campaigns from President Trump and his party no differently than those from Russian propagandists and Facebook clickbait artists
Faculty associates receive “genius grants” for “extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative pursuits.”
Tressie McMillan Cottom
evelyn douek, Dipayan Ghosh talk with the Centre for International Governance Innovation
Abbey Stemler discusses the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration to secure elections
Yochai Benkler joins the Columbia Journalism Review’s podcast
Lauren Chambers discusses an ACLU map that highlights incidents of police violence.
Allissa Richardson discusses her new book and the myth of objective journalism
Oumou Ly talks with The Hill
Jenny Korn discusses Asian representation in film and TV in 2020
Julie Owono and evelyn douek discuss Facebook Oversight Board
Barbara Lauriat discusses Google v. Oracle with Yahoo Finance
Urs Gasser discusses his new guide on “connected parenting” and an essay series on the role of law during a pandemic
Leonard Cortana writes about global development of Afro Diasporic film festivals for Jeune Afrique
MIT Technology Review cites “Principled AI” Report