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Sasha Costanza-Chock discusses their new book, "Design Justice"
Google's decision to drop labels like "man" and "woman" from their image tagging AI pressures other companies to do the same. But Sasha Constanza-Chock argues that it isn't enough.
Why aren’t we better prepared?
Getting ready for the possibility of major disruptions is not only smart; it’s also our civic duty
The BKC affiliate reveals how social media is encouraging individual expression.
BKC fellow Christo Wilson explains that while the convenience of skipping the checkout line comes at the expense of privacy, so does shopping through Amazon at all.
Video of a recent talk by Yochai Benkler at the Shorenstein Center
BKC affiliate Joan Donovan spoke at the Knight Media Forum
BKC faculty associate Francine Berman on the question that keeps her up at night: Is the Internet of Things a future utopia, or is it a future dystopia?
Kendra Albert shares their Cyberlaw Clinic story
Julie Owono explains the concern over the law
Another reason why getting compensated for data is not a good idea
BKC fellow Beatriz Botero Arcila on why getting compensated for your personal data is not a good idea.
Beatriz Botero Arcila
BKC faculty associate Danielle Citron joins former Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, director of the ACLU’s voting-rights initiative Dale Ho, and election law…
China’s use of surveillance and censorship makes it harder for Xi Jinping to know what’s going on in his own country.
As some countries restrict and replace content, are we headed toward a world of multiple internets?
A podcast with Desmond Patton on the promise and challenge of eliciting context in social media posts with natural language processing
The Council will advise the Governor and Director of the California Department of Finance on wide-ranging economic issues
The BKC faculty associate discusses the importance of meaningful interaction with the people behind data
Pew Research Center and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center canvassed technology experts in the summer of 2019 to gain their insights about the potential future…
Woodrow Hartzog argues that any US version of GDPR would, in practice, be something of a GDPR-lite.
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