The following is a curated list of articles on the blockchain, based on a list that first appeared on the Coding Value website, and enhanced […]
The internet is dominated by a handful of big companies. How do they organize information to maximize profit? What are the consequences for the public […]
Acquisti, Alessandro, Ralph Gross, and Fred Stutzman. “Face Recognition and Privacy in the Age of Augmented Reality.” Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality 6, no. 2 […]
A watershed panel featuring content moderators Roz Bowden, formerly of MySpace, and Rochelle LaPlante, currently freelance on Amazon Mechanical Turk (AMT), in conversation with Sarah T. Roberts (UCLA) and Safiya Noble (USC) at All Things in Moderation, December 7, 2017.
A plenary discussion featuring journalists who cover content moderation as a part of their journalistic beat. Panelists are David Ingram of Reuters news service, Olivia Solon of the Guardian, and Lauren Weber of the Wall Street Journal, in conversation with Safiya Noble (USC) and Sarah T. Roberts (UCLA) at All Things in Moderation, December 6, 2017.
Bauschspies, Wenda, Jennifer Croissant, and Sal Restivo. 2005. Science, Technology and Society: A Sociological Approach. Malden, MA: Blackwell. Biagioli, Mario (Ed.) 1999. The Science Studies […]
The Web’s Most Toxic Trolls Live in … Vermont? Bradshaw, S., & Howard, P. N. (2017). Troops, trolls and troublemakers: A global inventory of organized […]
Ashwin, M. (2014) Where in the World is the Internet? Locating Political Power in Internet Infrastructure. PhD dissertation, UC Berkeley, https://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/sites/default/files/ashwin-dissertation.pdf Blum, A. (?). Tubes: A […]