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"If ensuring tweets have truth is a left wing bias, so be it. Non-leftwingers are free to tweet truth too."
"If ensuring tweets have truth is a left wing bias, so be it. Non-leftwingers are free to tweet truth too."
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>"The resignations of Munira Mirza and other aides should galvanise Tory MPs to do what they must now do"
>"The resignations of Munira Mirza and other aides should galvanise Tory MPs to do what they must now do"
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>"Misinformation will continue to strain society in 2022 as the lines between misinformation and political speech _...Read More_
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"The veteran journalist and head of Philippine news site Rappler told Reuters in an interview after winning the award that Facebook's algorithms "prioritise the spread of lies laced with anger and hate over facts."
"The veteran journalist and head of Philippine news site Rappler told Reuters in an interview after winning the award that Facebook's algorithms "prioritise the spread of lies laced with anger and hate over facts."
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"He’s ended America’s longest war, got vaccines distributed at no cost nationwide and halved the child poverty rate. So why all the stories about ‘Biden‘s Cruel Summer’?"
"He’s ended America’s longest war, got vaccines distributed at no cost nationwide and halved the child poverty rate. So why all the stories about ‘Biden‘s Cruel Summer’?"
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This powerful reporting exposes what many people of color encounter when they try to buy their “personal American dream.” Lenders were 80 percent more likely to reject Black applicants for home loans than similar white applicants.
This powerful reporting exposes what many people of color encounter when they try to buy their “personal American dream.” Lenders were 80 percent more likely to reject Black applicants for home loans than similar white applicants.
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Some departments appear to be trying to fix the problem on their own. Dr. Mary Hawn, chair of the department of surgery, confessed to being “disturbed and puzzled” by the vaccination roster that “included many of the medical staff list that _...Read More_
Some departments appear to be trying to fix the problem on their own. Dr. Mary Hawn, chair of the department of surgery, confessed to being “disturbed and puzzled” by the vaccination roster that “included many of the medical staff list that _...Read More_
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>"Netflix’s The Social Dilemma builds on a conversation that’s growing globally: what are we trading when we use technology for free, and what can we do about it? With a viewership of 38 million, the documentary reached an impressive _...Read More_
>"Netflix’s The Social Dilemma builds on a conversation that’s growing globally: what are we trading when we use technology for free, and what can we do about it? With a viewership of 38 million, the documentary reached an impressive _...Read More_
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>"Adolescents spend ever greater portions of their days online and are especially vulnerable to discrimination. That’s a worrying combination."
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Humans love to sort ourselves into neat boxes - by gender, race, sexual orientation and more. But, in this extract from Data Feminism, Catherine D'Ignazio and Lauren F Klein argue that it's time to dispense with these classifications.
Humans love to sort ourselves into neat boxes - by gender, race, sexual orientation and more. But, in this extract from Data Feminism, Catherine D'Ignazio and Lauren F Klein argue that it's time to dispense with these classifications.
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"If access to data is a powerful tool for illuminating injustices, what happens when we continue to portray professionals as the only viable “domain experts” for participating in its interpretation and analysis? As a researcher within the _...Read More_
"If access to data is a powerful tool for illuminating injustices, what happens when we continue to portray professionals as the only viable “domain experts” for participating in its interpretation and analysis? As a researcher within the _...Read More_