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Jun 7 2021:Framing Decisions: a Book Talk About Human Advantage in an Age of Technology and Turmoil
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May 28 2021:At the Crossroads of Digital Imperialism & Digital Development
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May 27 2021:Mistrust: How to revitalize civics at a moment of low public trust in institutions
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May 25 2021:Restoring US Leadership for Global Health
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May 12 2021:Foresight and Decolonial Humanitarian Tech Ethics
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Apr 27 2021:Governing the Social Media City
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Apr 13 2021:Decoding Stigma: Designing for Sex Worker Liberatory Futures
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Apr 5 2021:COVID-19 from the Margins: Pandemic Invisibilities, Policies and Resistance in the Datafied Society
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Mar 24 2021:Reopening Schools: A Seminar for State & Local Leaders
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Mar 22 2021:Hindsight is 2020: Learning From our Past to Build a Better Future
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Mar 8 2021:Digital Witnesses: The Power of Looking
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Feb 26 2021:Organizing, Budgeting, and Implementing Wraparound Services for People in Quarantine and Isolation
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Feb 19 2021:Covid State of Play: Vaccines and Variants
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Feb 12 2021:Marginalized Women, Technology, COVID-19, and Intimate Partner Violence
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Feb 3 2021:White Surveillance and Black Digital Publics
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Jan 28 2021:Tanner Lecture 2020 – Between Suffocation and Abdication: Three Eras of Governing Digital Platforms
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Jan 15 2021:Covid State of Play: 2021 Outlook and Vaccine Disinformation
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Jan 12 2021:A More Representative First Amendment?
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Dec 18 2020:Covid State of Play: Building a Public Sector Health Intelligence Capability
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Dec 7 2020:Covid State of Play: Covid, Racism, and Environmental Justice
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Dec 4 2020:The True Costs of Misinformation: Producing Moral and Technical Order in a Time of Pandemonium
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Nov 23 2020:Red and Blue Realities: Political Discourse and the 2020 Election
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Nov 13 2020:The Connected Parent: An Expert Guide to Parenting in a Digital World
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Nov 13 2020:Retrospective Contact Tracing: How States Can Investigate Covid-19 Clusters
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Nov 3 2020:Election Chaos: Platform Preparations for the US Election
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Oct 23 2020:Two Geniuses Walk into a Zoom: A Conversation with Tressie McMillan Cottom & Mary L. Gray
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Oct 13 2020:Covid State of Play: Authoritarian Politics & COVID-19
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Oct 7 2020:Cybersecurity: How Far Up the Creek Are We?
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Aug 24 2020:Covid State of Play: School Reopenings, Ventilation and Transmission, and Possible Solutions
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Jul 30 2020:Covid State of Play: Jonathan Zittrain, Margaret Bourdeaux, Beth Cameron, and KJ Seung
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Jun 24 2020:The Pandemic As a Portal: Tracking and Enabling New Possibilities
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Jun 2 2020:COVID-19 and Inequality in the Global South
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May 21 2020:Building Better Voting Systems
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May 12 2020:Borderless COVID-19, Restricted Vaccines
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May 8 2020:Challenges in Digital Technology Then and Now
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Apr 28 2020:Data Overload: Data, Journalism, & COVID-19
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Apr 20 2020:Why Fairness Cannot Be Automated
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Apr 13 2020:Bot or Human? Unreliable Automatic Bot Detection
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Apr 6 2020:In Principle and in Practice
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Mar 23 2020:All Data Are Local: Thinking Critically in a Data-Driven Society
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Mar 10 2020:"Everything is better with better broadband" featuring Christopher Ali
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Feb 14 2020:Advancing Racial Literacy in Tech
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Dec 13 2019:Between Truth and Power: Featuring Julie Cohen
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Dec 4 2019:Sharenthood: How Parents, Teachers, and Other Trusted Adults Harm Youth Privacy & Opportunity
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Nov 25 2019:Napster@20: Reflections on the Internet’s Most Controversial Music File Sharing Service
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Nov 15 2019:Ethics of the Digital Transformation
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Nov 6 2019:North of Havana: A Lawyer's Truth featuring Martin Garbus
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Nov 4 2019:Protecting Elections from Online Manipulation and Cyber Threats
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Nov 4 2019:Contesting Algorithms featuring Niva Elkin-Koren
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Oct 28 2019:https://cyber.harvard.edu/events/conversion-twitter
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Oct 3 2019:A New Jim Code? Featuring Ruha Benjamin and Jasmine McNealy
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Sep 27 2019:Colonized by Data: The Costs of Connection with Nick Couldry and Ulises Mejias
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Sep 16 2019:Can Tech be Governed? With Jonathan Zittrain and Kendra Albert
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Jun 3 2019:Auditing for Bias in Resume Search Engines with Christo Wilson
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May 20 2019:Everyday Chaos - A Book Talk with author David Weinberger and Joi Ito
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May 10 2019:IGNITE talks - Featuring Members of the BKC Community
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Apr 25 2019:How to Work with Tech Companies on Human Rights
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Apr 19 2019:Dirty Data, Bad Predictions - How Civil Rights Violations Impact Police Data, Systems & Society
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Apr 12 2019:Constitutionalizing Speech Platforms - Featuring Kate Klonick, Thomas Kadri & BKC Community Members
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Apr 12 2019:BKC Meet the Author Series: Urs Gasser in conversation with Jason Farman
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Apr 4 2019:Machines Learning to Find Injustice -Featuring Ryan Copus, HLS Climenko Fellow and Lecturer on Law
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Apr 4 2019:BKC Meet the Author Series: Urs Gasser in conversation with Farah Pandith
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Mar 20 2019:Digital Democracy, Analogue Politics - How the Internet Era is Transforming Kenya
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Mar 12 2019:Waking Up to the Internet Platform Disaster - Featuring Roger Mcnamee and Lawrence Lessig
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Mar 12 2019:Privacy’s Blueprint - The Battle to Control the Design of New Technologies
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Mar 12 2019:A History of the Internet
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Mar 5 2019:Goodbye California?: The New Tech Worker Movement
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Mar 5 2019:The State of Online Speech and Governance
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Feb 26 2019:The Smart Enough City: Putting Technology In Its Place To Reclaim Our Urban Future
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Feb 26 2019:Cyberlaw and Human Rights: Intersections In The Global South
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Dec 10 2018:“My Constellation is Space”: Towards a Theory of Black Cyberculture
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Dec 4 2018:Promoting Fairness, Equity, and Human Rights in Tech
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Nov 30 2018:Computer Simulations to Enhance Vaccine Trials
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Nov 20 2018:Re-Engineering Humanity
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Nov 12 2018:The State of Government Technology
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Nov 6 2018:Custodians of the Internet
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Oct 25 2018:Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor
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Oct 23 2018:Determining Disability: the limits of digital health for recipients, providers, & states
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Oct 15 2018:Open Data, Grey Data, and Stewardship: Universities at the Privacy Frontier
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Oct 9 2018:Software for Social Good
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Oct 9 2018:Network Propaganda: Manipulation, Disinformation, and Radicalization in American Politics
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Sep 27 2018:"Click Here to Kill Everybody": A Book Talk with Bruce Schneier
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Sep 27 2018:Platforms, Politics, and Power: Understanding and Shaping the Internet in 2018
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May 29 2018:How Social Network Manipulation Tactics Are Impacting Amazon & Influencing Consumers
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May 22 2018:Art that Imitates Art: Computational Creativity and Creative Contracting
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May 10 2018:The Law and Ethics of Digital Piracy: Evidence from Harvard Law School Graduates
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May 10 2018:Governance and Regulation in the land of Crypto-Securities (as told by CryptoKitties)
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Apr 27 2018:Force of Nature: Celebrating 20 Years of the Laws of Cyberspace
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Apr 27 2018:Honoring All Expertise: Social Responsibility and Ethics in Tech
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Apr 27 2018:Blockchain and the Law: The Rule of Code
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Apr 16 2018:THEFT! A History of Music
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Apr 12 2018:Remedies for Cyber Defamation: Criminal Libel, Anti-Speech Injunctions, Forgeries, Frauds, and More
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Apr 9 2018:The Right of Publicity: Privacy Reimagined for a Public World
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Mar 30 2018:Dividing Lines: Why Is Internet Access Still Considered a Luxury in America?
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Mar 15 2018:The Accuracy, Fairness, and Limits of Predicting Recidivism
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Feb 28 2018:The Global Lives Project and Platforms for Building Empathy & Connection
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Feb 15 2018:Nate Hill on the Library Consortium as Studio, Platform, and Metacommunity
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Feb 12 2018:John Freedman on Health Care Costs and Transparency
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Feb 6 2018:The Past, Present, and Future of the Digital Public Library of America
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Feb 5 2018:Jonas Kaiser on The Dark Side of the Networked Public Sphere
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Feb 5 2018:The State of Net Neutrality in 2018
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Feb 5 2018:The “Monkey Selfie” Case: Can Non-Humans Hold Copyrights?
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Jan 25 2018:Professor Orly Lobel: Who Owns Your Ideas and How Does Creativity Happen?
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Dec 20 2017:Safe Spaces, Brave Spaces
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Dec 14 2017:A Pessimist’s Guide to the Future of Technology
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Dec 7 2017:Black Users, Enclaving, and Methodological Challenges in a Shifting Digital Landscape
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Nov 29 2017:Digital Black Feminist Discourse and the Legacy of Black Women’s Technology Use
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Nov 16 2017:Digital Justice: Technology and the Internet of Disputes
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Nov 6 2017:The March for Science: How a viral moment starts a movement
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Nov 1 2017:How the Networked Age is Changing Humanitarian Disasters
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Oct 23 2017:Deep Mediatization: Social Order in the Age of Datafication
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Oct 19 2017:Will Wikipedia exist in 20 years?
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Oct 11 2017:Programming the Future of AI: Ethics, Governance, and Justice
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Oct 4 2017:Did fake news save Kenya from an Internet shutdown? Emerging Trends in Tech and Elections in Africa
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Sep 22 2017:The Line Between Hate and Debate on Facebook
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Sep 18 2017:Jonathan Zittrain on Technology for the Social Good
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Jun 30 2017:Jonny Sun and Jonathan Zittrain on Joke Tweets, Memes, and Being an Alien Online
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Jun 27 2017:Tressie McMillan Cottom on the Troubling Rise of For-Profit Colleges in the New Economy
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Jun 6 2017:Can We Talk?: An Open Forum on Disability, Technology, and Inclusion
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May 22 2017:How to regulate the future of finance
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May 12 2017:Zeynep Tufekci on Twitter and Tear Gas: The Power and Fragility of Networked Protest
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May 11 2017:Ifeoma Ajunwa on The Quantified Worker
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May 3 2017:Digital Rights and Online Harassment in the Global South
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May 3 2017:Internet Access as a Basic Service: Inspiration from our Canadian Neighbors
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May 3 2017:Digital Expungement: Rehabilitation in the Digital Age
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Apr 28 2017:The International State of Digital Rights, a Conversation with the UN Special Rapporteur
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Apr 27 2017:Technology, Disruption, and the Practice of Law: Will the Profession Survive?
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Apr 27 2017:Examining Black Feminism in the Digital Era
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Apr 27 2017:Public Interest Data Science: The Data for Justice Project
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Apr 27 2017:The Digital Trade Imbalance: Digital Trade, Digital Protectionism, and Digital Rights
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Apr 27 2017:Holding Hospitals Hostage: From HIPAA to Ransomware
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Apr 27 2017:Litigating Free Speech Cases in the African Regional Courts
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Apr 27 2017:The End of Ownership
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Apr 26 2017:A More Perfect Internet: Promoting Digital Civility and Combating Cyber-Violence
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Apr 24 2017:US Communications at a Crossroads
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Apr 24 2017:Hyperloop Law: Autonomy, Infrastructure, and Transportation Startups
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Apr 24 2017:Bottom-up Constitutionalism: The Case of Net Neutrality
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Apr 24 2017:The KINGS of Africa’s Digital Economy
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Apr 24 2017:Public Health Echo Chambers in a Time of Mistrust & Misinformation
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Apr 24 2017:Internet Designers as Policy-Makers
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Apr 24 2017:Embedded Dangers: Revisiting the Year 2000 Problem and the Politics of Technological Repair
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Apr 24 2017:Five Global Challenges and the Role of University
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Apr 22 2017:#Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media
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Apr 22 2017:The Things of the Internet
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Apr 22 2017:Virtual Competition: The Promise and Perils of the Algorithm-Driven Economy
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Apr 22 2017:Beyond Legal Talismans
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Apr 22 2017:Translating Research into Online Tools to Increase Participation in Collaborative Communities
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Apr 22 2017:The Responsive Communities Initiative - Boston HUBweek
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Apr 22 2017:Exploring Corporate Structures and Governance Models for the Open-Source Community
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Apr 22 2017:Digital Health @ Harvard, January 2017 – Free Independent Health Records
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Apr 22 2017:Are We Shifting to a New Post-Capitalist Value Regime?
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Apr 22 2017:Under-connected in America: How Lower-Income Families Respond to Digital Equity Challenges
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Apr 22 2017:Applying network science for public health: Toward 'social' communication strategies
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Apr 19 2017:Finding common standards for the Right to be Forgotten: Challenges and Perspective
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Apr 19 2017:The Internetish Things of Cuba: Open Source and ‘in the Clear’
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Apr 19 2017:"Chilling Effects": Insights on how laws and surveillance impact people online
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Apr 19 2017:Black 2.0: the New Liberation Movement
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Apr 19 2017:Why the Right Digital Decisions Will Make America Strong
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Apr 13 2017:Joi Ito and Iyad Rahwan on AI & Society
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Apr 12 2017:The North American Information Technology Marketplace: Three Decades of IT Channel Evolution
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Apr 12 2017:A Burglar’s Guide to the City: On Architecture and Crime
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Apr 12 2017:Reconceptualizing the Right to Be Forgotten to Enable Transatlantic Data Flow
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Apr 12 2017:Copyright Law Year in Review
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Apr 12 2017:Back to the Drawing Board: Student Privacy in Massachusetts K-12 Schools
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Apr 12 2017:Developing Effective Citizen Responses to Discrimination and Harassment Online
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Apr 11 2017:The Big Reverse of the Web: Are Our Policies and Standards Ready?
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Apr 11 2017:Deterrence and Arms Control in Cyberspace
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Apr 11 2017:Engineering Open Production Efficiency at Scale
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Apr 11 2017:Not Bugs, But Features: Hopeful Institutions and Technologies of Inequality
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Apr 11 2017:Civic Technology and Community Science: Building a Model for Public Participation
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Apr 11 2017:Security and Privacy in the World-Sized Web
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Apr 11 2017:Haiti, Machine Learning, and Ankle Holsters: Reflections on the U.S. Treasury Department
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Apr 7 2017:Algorithmic Consumers
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Apr 6 2017:Using Mobile Phone Data to Map Migration and Disease: Politics, Privacy, and Public Health
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