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    LSE Experts on the Truth, Trust and Technology Commission (T3): Dr Nick Anstead

LSE Experts on the Truth, Trust and Technology Commission (T3): Dr Nick Anstead

As part of a series of interviews with LSE Faculty on themes related to the LSE Truth, Trust and Technology Commission (T3) being run by the Media Policy Project, Dr Nick Anstead, Associate Professor in the Department of Media and Communications, talks to LSE MSc student Claudia Cohen about political communications and data-driven politics. Dr Anstead is leading the online political communications strand of the T3 Commission.

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    Facebook revelations: With greater connectivity comes greater responsibility

Facebook revelations: With greater connectivity comes greater responsibility

There appears to be growing global consensus that internet platforms need to be better regulated following the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook revelations. But the how and what of such regulations still need to be considered and designed – especially in Africa. Policy advisor Anri van der Spuy reflects on some of the key issues. This blog was first published on the […]

Reducing Harm In Social Media Through A Duty Of Care

This blog first appeared on the Carnegie UK Trust website on 8 May 2018. It is the fourth in a programme of work on a proposed new regulatory framework to reduce the harm occurring on and facilitated by social media services. The authors William Perrin and Lorna Woods have vast experience in regulation and free speech issues. William has worked on […]

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    Listen: What can be done about ‘Fake News’? An LSE The Ballpark podcast

Listen: What can be done about ‘Fake News’? An LSE The Ballpark podcast

‘Fake news’ has taken the world and especially America by storm, and is the subject of this episode of LSE’s The Ballpark podcast. In this episode, LSE’s US Centre interview Charlie Beckett and Sonia Livingstone on what ‘fake news’ is and how  the LSE’s Truth, Trust and Technology Commission will address it.