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This panel will explore dilemmas, debates, and paths forward for public interest research access to social media data.
Video & Podcast: Is there a vaccine for our pandemic?
Video & Podcast: Experts from multiple disciplines discuss how technology and online public spaces help (and hurt) violence victims amid COVID-19 policies and realities
Video & Podcast: A Conversation with Dr. Apryl A. Williams and Dr. Allissa V. Richardson
Video & Podcast: Dr. Apryl A. Williams and Dr. Allissa V. Richardson will address the long-standing history of White vigilante-style surveillance of Black people in public spaces
Video & Podcast: Featuring Jonathan Zittrain, Margaret Bourdeaux, and Renée DiResta
Video & Podcast: Reflecting on 2020, the year ahead, and vaccine disinformation that has been proliferating online
Video & Podcast: A Conversation with Khaled Beydoun and Justin Hansford
Video & Podcast: Professors Khaled Beydoun and Justin Hansford join IfRFA Director Kendra Albert for a discussion of the way in which First Amendment work could better engage with…
Video & Podcast: Investigating how public health officials can collect and utilize large amounts of data responsibly
Video & Podcast: Investigating how public health officials can collect and utilize vast sums of data responsibly
Video & Podcast: How environmental injustice and racism have contributed to the disproportionate impact of the pandemic
Video & Podcast: Producing Moral and Technical Order in a Time of Pandemonium
Video & Podcast: Misinformation-at-scale is now a feature of most major social media platforms, what can be done to mitigate its effects on the public?
Video & Podcast: How asymmetrically polarized media in the United States shape political discourse
Video & Podcast: A conversation with experts on how US states can implement retrospective contact tracing
Video & Podcast: A session exploring how US state and local public health leaders can implement retrospective contact tracing to identify Covid-19 clusters and mitigate their…
Video & Podcast: A Harvard Law School Library Faculty Book Talk with Urs Gasser and John Palfrey
Video & Podcast A Harvard Law School Library Faculty Book Talk with Urs Gasser and John Palfrey
Video & Podcast: A discussion with evelyn douek and Julie Owono
Video & Podcast: Discover how platforms are preparing for disinformation campaigns in the forthcoming US election.
Podcast & Video: A Conversation with Tressie McMillan Cottom & Mary L. Gray
Podcast & Video: Tressie McMillan Cottom & Mary L. Gray discuss their latest work in relation to their recent MacArthur Fellows award.
Video & Podcast: How Should U.S. public health officials lead in this political moment?
VIDEO & PODCAST: A Conversation between James Mickens and Jonathan Zittrain
Join BKC Board Members James Mickens and Jonathan Zittrain for a conversation that explores cybersecurity beyond its traditional boundaries of protecting data or code from bad…
Berkman Klein Center and Friends
Please join us for our Fall 2020 Virtual Open House to learn about the Berkman Klein Center, our amazing community, and our Harvard friends. Berkman Klein faculty and staff look…
Building capacity and access for data-driven research in the public interest
Christo Wilson and Rebecca Weiss present the state of online measurement platforms as they exist today, why they are not sufficient to address the scope and scale of the social…
BKC co-hosts conversation on digital data and public health
Video & Podcast: Tracking and enabling new possibilities
Video & Podcast: Three projects dedicated to capturing and documenting the new possible will talk about their experiences in this lunch hour
Health data, contact tracing, and misinformation
Economic and healthcare fallouts for low-income countries
A discussion on the economic and healthcare fallouts for low-income countries