Analysis and commentary on applied ethics in many fields by the staff of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Five relatively easy things to do
We don’t have to be “unwitting collaborators” in the disinformation war.
In India, smartphones are a conduit for political speech and misinformation about the election.
There are multiple ethical arguments in favor of using a positive youth development approach to address students’ free speech online.
Social media platforms Google and Facebook should be protected by the First Amendment, just as the press is.
CEOs need to consider who they’re representing prior to commenting on political or social issues.
The values underlying the First Amendment can inform ethical decision making.
On the nature of “shared experience”
Traveling with others makes us realize what social media does and does not provide.
Angie Valeria and her father deserve more than empathy fatigue.
Carnival’s financial penalties are the latest lesson in CEO accountability.
A short guide to where Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube disagree on content moderation.