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In The News / Interviewed

How the Bundys’ social media machine fed their political movement

Helped with a Washington Post story on how social media is used by radical libertarians in the US. Howard, who teaches communications at the University of Washington and Oxford University, noted that social media is a critical tool for protest movements, allowing groups such as the Oregon occupiers to build communities and reach people […]

Prezi:  About the COMPROP Project
Grants / Presentations / Research

Prezi: About the COMPROP Project

Here is an interactive Prezi describing the goals, work plan and initial findings of the Computational Propaganda Research Project.

Preconference Call for Papers:  Algorithms, Automation and Politics
Conferences

Preconference Call for Papers: Algorithms, Automation and Politics

The international Politicalbots.org team will be meeting in Fukuoka, Japan in June 2016.  We invite other researchers who plan to come to the International Communications Association meetings to join us for a preconference on “Algorithms, Automation and Politics.” Recent research has revealed that political actors are using algorithms and automation […]