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IJOC: Political Communication, Computational Propaganda, and Autonomous Agents — Introduction
Academic Articles / Publications

IJOC: Political Communication, Computational Propaganda, and Autonomous Agents — Introduction

The Internet certainly disrupted our understanding of what communication can be, who does it, how, and to what effect. What constitutes the Internet has always been an evolving suite of technologies and a dynamic set of social norms, rules, and patterns of use. But the shape and character of digital […]

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 […]

In The News / Interviewed / News Feature

The Relationship between Media and Politics in the Twitter Age

Interviewed for the Italian news magazine Fromiche about social media and political change. Il rapporto tra media e politica sta cambiando? I social media hanno avuto davvero un impatto nella primavera araba? Abbiamo affrontato questi argomenti con il Prof. Philip N. Howard, professore alla School of Public Policy presso la Central […]

Data Share:  When Do States Disconnect Digital Networks? 1985-2011
Data / Original Data

Data Share: When Do States Disconnect Digital Networks? 1985-2011

Here is the original event data set we built for (known) incidents when a government interfered with its information infrastructure for political reasons.  Its now a few years out of date so in sharing it I hope others might be interested in keeping up this line of research. When do […]