Siva Vaidhyanathan speaks with Canada's National Observer.
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Bloomberg quotes Chris Ali on the battle between municipalities and big media.
Shilpa Dave speaks with the Washington Post.
The Atlantic shares Jack Hamilton's piece on the new Martin Scorses film and the history of American Gangster films.
The Sun Sentinel speaks with Meredith Clark on #BlackTwitter.
Siva Vaidhyanathan speaks with Vox on Sen. Josh Hawley's (R-MO) tech legislation and the bias of social media platforms.
David Nemer speaks with UOL Notícias (Brazil's top online news outlet) on how fake news will factor into the 2020 municipal elections.
The Journal of Collaborative Computing and Work Practices has recognized David Nemer with an honorable mention for his paper If it Rains, Ask Grandma to Disconnect the Nano.
Prof. Vaidhyanathan pens an opinion piece for the New York Times on Facebook's reasons for not fact checking political ads.
Aynne Kokas in The Diplomat.
David Nemer in Le Monde.
Aniko Bodroghkozy in Camera Obscura.