Commentary by Internet Ethics Program Director Irina Raicu and colleagues
Welcome to the 2020 campaign, with its “data hauls" and accidental transparency.
The illuminating effect of misdirected messaging
Disinformation, Democracy, Pandemic, Protest
New videos and conversations about misinformation online
When considering a return to the office, it’s important to consider and recognize those who may never have stopped working, or those not able to work from home.
Santa Clara University Hackathon competition encourages engineering students to consider the ethical implications of their work.
Flattening the curve helps protect privacy, too.
The debate around contact tracing implicates rights, fairness, common good, and utilitarian considerations.
The internet is a conduit for the heart wrenching and the heartening, the meaningful and the trivial.
A Reading List
Institutions and citizens around the world are struggling to respond to misinformation and disinformation online.
Amplifying politicians with large followings, on platforms with vast reach
Through their policies, the major digital platforms are adding to the power of the already powerful.
Work in progress at SCU and elsewhere
Santa Clara University's participation in the Responsible Computer Science Challenge