Ethan tackles the question of trust in cryptocurrency, as well as the question of why Europe just doesn’t care as much about Bitcoin.
Ethan addresses the long-standing idea that Russian can create its own so-called splinternet, potentially with the goal of limiting citizens’ access to information that would foster dissent against military actions in Ukraine.
Ethan writes about the role of social media and Russian propaganda in the Ukranian invasion.
Ethan Zuckerman talks about what Wikipedia gets right, and references recent Reimagining the Internet guest Heather Ford.
Since 2017, we’ve been running Gobo.social as an experiment with you, the social media user, to explore how you could control what you see on platforms. Instead of Facebook’s algorithm or Twitter’s trending topics, you get to choose how the information from all of the people you follow is filtered. We have some new ideas… Continue reading Gobo.social
Ethan Zuckerman kicks off his editorial series for the new British magazine Prospect with an intro to digital public infrastructure.
Ethan Zuckerman published this article in The Atlantic and The Conversation on November 3rd, 2021. “Billions of people have apparently encountered vaccine lies on the platform, but that number means nothing without a denominator.”
This article by Ethan Zuckerman was published in the Atlantic on October 29th, 2021.
This article by Ethan Zuckerman was published in the Atlantic on August 26, 2021. Per their website: “The social giant kicked off researchers studying how political ads can encourage targeted voter suppression, leaving citizens with little insight into how they’re manipulated on the platform.”
Ethan Zuckerman and Chand Rajendra-Nicolucci published the ebook An Illustrated Field Guide to Social Media with original artwork by Fiammetta Ghedini.
he book is adapted from the Mapping Social Media” series of blog posts written by Ethan and Chand for the Knight Foundation, documenting the wide variety of ways social media is put together on the Internet.