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evelyn douek reviews David Kaye’s latest report
The Committee to Protect Journalists used Lumen in an investigation of Indian government censorship of Kashmiri journalism.
Mutale Nkonde discusses the need to regulate deepfakes
Memes come off as a joke, but some people are starting to see them as the serious threat they are.
How the design of sociotechnical systems can be one means of dismantling or transforming systems of oppression
Regulators should “offer a path for stablecoins to exist…under regulatory environments.”
How can teams prevent structural inequalities and their unconscious biases from affecting AI systems?
BKC paper cited in reflection on media coverage of the Clinton email "scandal."
Leah Plunkett talks about her new book, Sharenthood: Why We Should Think Before We Talk About Our Kids Online.
The comment concerns proposed revisions to the so-called “disparate impact” rule
Mutale Nkonde discusses how algorithmic decisionmaking systems reproduce structural racism
Mutale Nkonde contributed to courtroom algorithm game from MIT Tech Review
Taylor Lorenz writes about the increasing prevalence of TikTok clubs at high schools around the US
The benefits do not come close to outweighing the risks, writes Woodrow Hartzog
A discussion of norms in the governance of cyberspace.
We need to look at long-term patterns of loss of trust in institutions, Yochai Benkler says.
If Facebook decides incorrectly that local laws in India require it to silence Kashmiri calls for self-determination, the Board will not be able to review this.
From patent law to the challenges facing the digital commons, leading academics and policymakers from around the world discussed intellectual property issues at Harvard Law…
Ruth L. Okediji
Padmashree Gehl Sampath
Testimony shared with the Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight of the Massachusetts Legislature
Elizabeth Renieris says that might be the wrong question to ask
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