Big Tech companies cannot be trusted to self-regulate: We need Congress to act

Arisha Hatch Contributor Arisha Hatch is Vice President and Chief of Campaigns at Color Of Change. It’s been two months since Donald Trump was kicked off of social media following…

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Facebook can save itself by becoming a B Corporation

Ann Florini Contributor Ann Florini is Clinical Professor at Thunderbird School of Global Management at the Arizona State University. Brett Hurt Contributor As Facebook confronts outrage among its employees and…

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Reducing the spread of misinformation on social media: What would a do-over look like?

Evelyn Gosnell Contributor Evelyn Gosnell is a managing director at Irrational Labs, a behavioral research and design consultancy. Richard Mathera Contributor Richard Mathera is a managing director at Irrational Labs,…

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COVID-19 made our tech addiction worse: It’s time to do something about it 

Stuart Wall Contributor Stu Wall is a technology executive and entrepreneur who founded Signpost, a cloud-based customer communication platform that helps small businesses scale. The coronavirus pandemic accelerated America’s addiction…

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Ignore the social media echo chambers

Bernard Moon Contributor Bernard Moon is co-founder and partner at SparkLabs Group, a graduate of Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs and is an alumni of the Coro Fellowship….

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4 Pillars of Paid Media Growth

Paid media is straightforward. “Growth,” however, is very dependent upon the role you play in paid media, so let’s start by defining who these four pillars are intended for and…

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3 reforms social media platforms should make in light of ‘The Social Dilemma’

Jason Morgese Contributor Jason Morgese is the founder and CEO of Leavemark, the first ad-free, data storage and social media hybrid. “The Social Dilemma” is opening eyes and changing digital…

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We need universal digital ad transparency now

15 researchers propose a new standard for advertising disclosures Laura Edelson Contributor Erika Franklin Fowler Contributor Erika Franklin Fowler is Professor of Government at Wesleyan University where she directs the…

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If data is labor, can collective bargaining limit big tech?

Erik Rind Contributor Erik Rind is the CEO of ImagineBC and an expert in understanding the largely untapped potential that blockchain and AI technologies bring forward in order to help…

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Local governments that embrace digital services during challenging times can make real change happen

Bob Ainsbury Contributor It has been a hard year. We wake up every morning to new developments in the tragedies of the moment spanning a pandemic, the greatest unexpected loss…

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