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On Wikipedia, mentoring newcomers, reviewing vandalism, and discussing decisions can be meaningful if emotionally-draining work. Some Wikipedians have told us […]
Can saying “thank you” make online communities stronger & more inclusive? Or does thanking others for their voluntary efforts have […]
How can researchers contribute to action and public understanding during fast-moving events like elections, pandemics, and other crises? Friday at […]
Feeds are everywhere today, from social media to law enforcement. How might we think differently about society if we understood […]
How do people and algorithms engage in discrimination? How would we know if they did? And in the face of […]
Given the current status of the campus, the state and country due to COVID-19, we have paused our search for […]
How can we escape the trap of surveillance capitalism to imagine, achieve, and govern a better internet? Speaking today at […]
When research is funded by companies that people no longer trust, we have a problem.
How can citizens work for a world where digital power is guided by evidence and accountable to the public?