Professor Howard has produced some high-impact research over the years. Its research and work feature in different newspapers and magazines. This section includes interviews, speeches, articles and op-eds.
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Civil rights advocates have warned for months that the coronavirus could aid recruiting for the most[...]
Social media doesn’t have to bring us only junk news and misinformation about coronavirus.
An "infodemic" of misinformation and disinformation has helped cripple the response to the novel coronavirus.
South Korea has successfully slowed down the spread of coronavirus. Alongside widespread quarantine measures and testing,[...]
Philip N. Howard, director of the Oxford Internet Institute, explains how bots, trolls, and junk news[...]
Formal hearing at the UK Parliament on misinformation.
I was interviewed by the BBC World Service for their Global News Podcast, Report says millions of[...]Read more
I was in Washington this week providing testimony for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. The[...]Read more
Hearing Before the Select Committee on Intelligence of the United States Senate, 115th Congress, Second Session[...]
Concentrated in a few hands, big data is a threat to democracy. Social media companies and[...]Read more
Formal hearing at the House of Lords International Relations Committee.
The Financial Times
John Naughton talks to Philip Howard of the Oxford Internet Institute about whether the digital revolution[...]Read more