Shame, stigma, and free speech In her first piece as a columnist for NYT Opinion, Tressie McMillan Cottom discussed the role of shame in our public…
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This week on Does Not Compute, Daniel Kreiss answered this question in conversation with former Facebook employee Katie Harbath and CITAP’s own Tressie…
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Yesterday, I joined the North Carolina News & Information Summit. The day included sessions ranging from recruiting and retaining journalists of color…
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This week, Meredith Pruden and her colleagues, Yotam Ophir, Dror Walter, Ayse Lokmanoglu, Catherine Tebaldi, and Rui Wang released an article that gives…
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On Wednesday, we joined Gallup, Knight Foundation, and policy experts at the Gallup World Headquarters for their event discussing their recent report on…
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Yesterday, Barack Obama spoke at the Stanford Cyber Policy Center about information challenges to democracy. (Video of his address unfortunately omits…
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Yesterday, the CITAP spring speaker series kicked off with a talk from Mary Anne Franks on how technology companies have commodified our understanding…
Earlier this week, CITAP launched the Bulletin of Technology and Public Life! Built on PubPub’s open-source platform, the Bulletin is an online library…
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On Wednesday, the Knight Foundation and Gallup released a report on media and democracy based on a survey of over 10,000 Americans on their attitudes on…
Recognizing the tools of political division in the campaign against Nikole Hannah-Jones’s tenure underscores how astonishing the decision is.
When technology platforms craft “colorblind” policies on hate speech, political advertising, and ad targeting, they fail to address real-world power…
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