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Making Internet-connected devices more secure will require smarter regulations
An immersive project that examines the intersection of art, technology, and privacy
A set of resources for public-interest technologists
Algorithms may be intended to have a positive impact, but what happens when the opposite occurs?
or “Never Trust a Used Algorithm Salesman”
A skeptic's guide to the market for AI technologies, especially for government and policymakers
Why is there so often no overlap, no resemblance whatsoever between the news events reported in mainstream print and broadcast coverage?
“What’s striking about Ocasio-Cortez’s style is just how digitally native it seems."
An Xiao Mina
"The highly asymmetric pattern of media ecosystems we observe on the right and the left, despite the fact that Facebook and Twitter usage is roughly similar on both sides,…
Police gather on social media in order to prevent and investigate criminal activity. But the clues found within aren't always conclusive
Grounding Data Science in a Politics of Justice
"Data scientists must recognize themselves as political actors and adopt an explicit politics of social justice."
A ‘Magna Carta for the web’ will protect people’s rights online from threats such as fake news, prejudice and hate, says founder of the world wide web
Surveying and explaining open science initiatives and tools
the next threat to our elections?
Can fake doctored videos — known as “deepfakes” — impact elections?
On the surge in misinformation since the 2016 elections
Do big social media platforms have effective ad policies?
J. Nathan Matias
Our Youth & Media team looked at how teens are using social media to figure out who they are.
A Case Study of Requests for Comments
Papers related to communication and design of communication systems
Amy X. Zhang
40 million pages of U.S. court decisions made available free and in-full online for the first time
Three Views on the Structure of the Internet
Does the web produce particular outcomes because of how it is built, or does it merely reflect society?
Juan Ortiz Freuler
On “dangerous speech” in the context of Donald Trump’s rhetoric
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