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DatabitesAlexander Macgillivray and Nicole Wong discuss the role of Trust and Safety, and make suggestions as regulation, policy, and public awareness evolve. Read moreJuly 2020
Engaging Science, Technology, and SocietyIn this article, Research Lead Madeleine Clare Elish investigates who bears the responsibility when an automated system fails. "Just as the crumple zone in a car is designed to absorb the force of impact in a crash, the human ... Read on Engaging Science, Technology, and SocietyMay 2019
The GuardianD&S affiliate Keith Hiatt, Michael Kleinman, and D&S researcher Mark Latonero think critically about the usage of technology as a all-encompassing solution in human rights spaces. It’s important to acknowledge that, mo... Read on The GuardianFebruary 2017
New Media & SocietyWhere policy and practice collide: Comparing United States, South African and European Union approaches to protecting children onlineD&S researcher Monica Bulger, with Patrick Burton, Brian O'Neill, and Elisabeth Staksrud, writes "Where policy and practice collide: Comparing United States, South African and European Union approaches to protecting childre... Read on New Media & SocietyJanuary 2017
PointsIn “Are There Limits to Online Free Speech?” D&S fellow Alice Marwick argues against simplistic binaries pitting free speech against censorship, looking at how the tech industry’s historic commitment to freedom of speech fa... Read on PointsJanuary 2017
Data & SocietyAttorney and Internet Law & Policy Foundry fellow Amanda Levendowski discusses how to craft effective online harassment and abuse reporting policies (HARP). She discusses the online harassment taxonomy and platform permeabi... Read moreDecember 2015