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Measuring 2020 Candidates? Start Using the Same Yardstick of Righteousness

05.07.20
  • China’s COVID-19 Propaganda Playbook: Part 3

  • China’s COVID-19 Propaganda Playbook: Part 2

  • Climbing the Revenue Mountain: Google, Facebook and the Publishers’ Right

    04.22.20
  • Tagging Manipulated Media in a Polarized World

  • Viral Reactions: The Smugness of Celebrity Self-Isolation

    03.19.20
  • Why Big Tech has Started Asking for More Government Regulation

    02.27.20
  • Bending the Will of the People: Fake News, Russian Propaganda and How it Threatens the Foundations of U.S. Democracy

    02.25.20
  • Execution for a Facebook Post? Why Blasphemy is a Capital Offense in some Muslim Countries

    02.22.20
  • Buying Elections: The Bloomberg Meme Campaign

    02.14.20
  • Paranoid Groundings and Technocratic States: Hillary Clinton versus Mark Zuckerberg

    01.29.20
  • Brexit, Free Speech and Big Tech’s Al-Qaeda Problem

    01.02.20
  • Borat versus Social Media: Sacha Baron Cohen Comes out Swinging

    11.27.19
  • Russian Disinformation is a Czech Problem Too

    11.26.19
  • Managing Regional Energy Security in an Era of Misinformation

  • Fighting Terrorism by Restricting Freedom of Speech: Does It Work?

    11.03.19
  • Tethering Pegasus: WhatsApp takes NSO Group to Court

    11.02.19
  • Can Social Media be Considered a Cause of Terrorism?

    11.02.19
  • Democrat or Republican, Americans are Angry, Frustrated and Overwhelmed