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Babatunde Okunoye assesses the legacy of the ten-year-old campaign against the Stop Online Piracy Act, and charts potential paths forward.
"Drawing from the success…
Elizabeth Renieris urges skepticism amid the overwhelming hype around Web3.
David Nemer discusses Bolsonaro supporters’ migration from WhatsApp to Telegram.
In a Science article outlining the risks surrounding software that can identify anonymous chess players, Alexandra Wood says that it's part of a bigger issue: “Privacy threats are…
Sameer Hinduja said that the pandemic-related push for online classes also meant that students reported bullying — and being bullied — less than before. But cyberbullying remains…
Julie Owono shares why digital rights should have the same protections as offline ones.
Chinmayi Arun discusses the consequences for democracy if major social media platforms arbitrarily blocked political leaders.
Hilary Ross dives deep into the mission of the Institute for Rebooting Social Media at All Tech is Human's Responsible Tech University Summit.
Sameer Hinduja explains the implications of a security flaw on Reddit that allow removed posts to continue to be viewed.
In Nieman Lab's predictions for journalism in 2022, Jonas Kaiser explores the need for fact-checking — and who should be doing it.
In the Nieman Lab's predictions for journalism in 2022, j. Siguru Wahutu expresses hope for a humbler media ecosystem.
j. Siguru Wahutu
Ethan Zuckerman points to a mailing list in rural Vermont as a potential way forward for a more equitable Internet.
"We need people to take…
Jessica Fjeld and other experts reflect on the apparent dangers of Facebook's Metaverse.
Elizabeth Renieris assesses a national ID scheme developing in Ethiopia amid the country’s civil war.
Godwin's Law states that the likelihood of referencing Nazis increases as online discussions grow. But after analyzing nearly 200 million Reddit posts, Dariusz Jemielniak and…
Jenny Korn pushes for the creation of "critical tech ethics" as a way to improve technologies, including the Internet, and reduce the propagation of ongoing racial injustices.
Jonnie Penn writes that tech critics should be wary of naturalizing a dependency on digital tools.
Woodrow Hartzog writes that “Privacy is still a concept in disarray. But that’s okay."
A metaLAB (at) Harvard project illustrates how a movement such as #MeToo is constituted by masses of unobserved tweets.
Juan Ortiz Freuler sketches the challenges of datafication for human rights.
Juan Ortiz Freuler