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The social network makes MPs do their jobs differently: they commit to views more hastily, burn relationships and shun nuance.
How America prostrated itself before one of America’s largest corporations – and how New York took a stand.
We claim that we are concerned about online privacy yet act as if we couldn’t care less.
Billed as a place to look at historic photographs, a clutch of history-themed Facebook groups are hosting offensive posts and conversations.
Meet Caleb Cain, the man who went from left to right and back again without leaving his computer.
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This is a response to Professor David Papineau’s article questioning whether Placebo Surgery can ever be ethical. You can read that here.
A commitment to evidence-based medicine is no excuse for cutting ethical corners.
Viral misinformation is going global in the relentless pursuit of clicks, a problem which experts are increasingly concerned is a feature, not a bug, of social media platforms.
The Silicon Valley giants are spending billions developing AI, but they are also funding the people setting the technology’s most fundamental principles.