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

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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.

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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.

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