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Why there are costs to moral outrage

Justin Tosi, University of Michigan and Brandon Warmke, Bowling Green State University Many Americans are morally outraged that U.S. President Donald Trump fired former FBI...

The challenge facing libraries in an era of fake news

Donald A. Barclay, University of California, Merced Imagine, for a moment, the technology of 2017 had existed on Jan. 11, 1964 – the day Luther...

Politicians who tweet-shame risk economic damage

Mark Humphery-Jenner, UNSW Australia President-elect Trump has recently tweet-shamed several companies. This sort of attack has a real impact on the company and its shareholders,...

How can we learn to reject fake news in the digital...

Thomas P. Mackey, SUNY Empire State College and Trudi Jacobson, University at Albany, State University of New York The circulation of fake news through social...

Facebook’s problem is more complicated than fake news

R. Kelly Garrett, The Ohio State University In the wake of Donald Trump’s unexpected victory, many questions have been raised about Facebook’s role in the...

Are We Exploiting Our Children on Facebook?

“Privacy is one of those nebulous rights that doesn’t matter until it matters.”

How Twitter gives scientists a window into human happiness and health

Lewis Mitchell, University of Adelaide Since its public launch 10 years ago, Twitter has been used as a social networking platform among friends, an instant...

Why do people risk their lives – or….

Why do people risk their lives – or the lives of others – for the perfect selfie? Michael Weigold, University of Florida 2016 hasn’t been a...

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