There's no one-size-fits-all for researchers to determine whether using publicly available data is appropriate, but there is certainly room for more discussion.
Facebook and YouTube rushed to remove violent videos. An expert discusses why we need a "reckoning" for online content moderation.
In recent months, YouTube has emerged as something of a flourishing option for white supremacist and neo-Nazi videos—spreading ideas cited by the alleged New Zealand mosque gunman.
New reports have implicated Facebook and other social media platforms for their role in the spread of anti-vaccine propaganda.
With SESTA, Congress gets it backwards: Speaking isn't dangerous for sex workers. Censorship is.
At least four people are injured and one is dead after today's shooting, and government statistics show that workplace shootings are on the rise.
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The impact of social media and the press on the drug war, and vice versa.
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