Our willingness to share content without thinking is exploited to spread disinformation
Such laws intervene directly in the machinery of microtargeting essential to disinformation campaigns.
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With lives on the line, tech companies must work to thwart violent white supremacist activity. They should act with clarity, consistency and transparency, all while affording appeal rights.
If you want a vision of the future, imagine a thousand bots screaming from a human face – forever (apologies to George Orwell). As U.S. policymakers …
Many partisans accused President George W. Bush of lying and pressuring the intelligence community to produce intelligence to justify a war that Bush had already chosen. But the situation was complicated, and to understand the problems of speaking truth to power, we must clear away the myths.
Technology companies and civil society should work together to develop a vetted list of terrorist groups that should be banned and otherwise blocked from using their platforms
As Army Cyber Command shifts toward teaching information warfare, the cyber school is figuring out how to make the transition.