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Far right makes most noise on Twitter in German election
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Far right makes most noise on Twitter in German election

Research by myself and my colleagues at the COMPROP team on the 2017 German election was covered by Reuters. The far right is making the most noise on Twitter during Germany’s election campaign, but far less fake news is being spread in Germany than the United States saw before the […]

Reuters:  Let’s Make Candidates Pledge Not to Use Bots
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Reuters: Let’s Make Candidates Pledge Not to Use Bots

(This originally appeared as “Let’s Make Candidates Pledge Not to Use Bots” on the Reuters Commentary Wire.) Bots — chunks of computer code that generate messages and replicate themselves — have been infecting political discourse around the world. They have been spotted try to influence elections in the United Kingdom, Mexico and just recently, South […]

Reuters: Social Media and the New Cold War
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Reuters: Social Media and the New Cold War

(This originally appeared as “Social Media and the New Cold War” on the Reuters Commentary Wire. View Anne-Marie Slaughter’s riff on the theme.) Watch talk on this topic. View Prezi on this topic. There is a new Cold War starting. It does not involve opposing military forces, but it does […]

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Reuters: The Upside Downside of Social Media Protests

(This originally appeared as “The Upside Downside of Social Media Protests” on the Reuters Commentary Wire.) In Bahrain, Iran and Syria, tough rulers are using social media to entrap activists and crowd source the identity of people who attend protests. After Anders Breivik’s massacre in Norway, flash mobs in Philadelphia […]