Judith Donath

Harvard University

Guest

Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University and author of The Social Machine: Designs for Living Online; founder and former director of the Sociable Media Group at the MIT Media Lab

Judith Donath on KCRW

We may want to know that hate groups and criminals are being tracked, but what about the way all of us are being tracked when we use the internet?

Hiding Your Digital Footprints

We may want to know that hate groups and criminals are being tracked, but what about the way all of us are being tracked when we use the internet?

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Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

Online Comments: Freedom of Speech or the Bane of the Internet?

Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

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Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

Online Comments: Freedom of Speech or the Bane of the Internet?

Popular Science wants online comments to encourage learned debate but finds that so many are so wrong they damage the credibility of important research.

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