The Internet started as an idealistic project, but corporate interests and profit motives have dragged it to a monopolized gathering of extremist content, according to Pia Malaney, Director of the […]
Cardinal Call: The Butter Dawg
On Tuesdays, the Daily Cardinal — one of UW-Madison’s student newspapers — shares the latest in campus news. This week, producer Madeleine Afonso talks with news writer Mac LaLiberte about […]
Report Shows Link Between Anxiety and News Consumption
While doom-scrolling is known as the act of spending an excessive amount of time scrolling through social media, absorbing negative news story after negative news story. While it may be […]
Bridging the Gap: The Social Media Platforms That Didn’t Make It...
New social media platforms are emerging every day. But only a few apps can become popular, and even fewer can last for more than a couple of years. Platforms like […]
Todd Brewster on Technology, Social Media, and the Fight for Racial Ju...
“Film changed our understanding of the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, just as film in 1915 changed our understanding of the Civil War,” says journalist Todd Brewster. Before the days of […]
Social media climate disinformation scorecard published
A scorecard report by Friends of the Earth, Avaaz, and Greenpeace USA entitled “In the Dark: How Social Media Companies’ Climate Disinformation Problem is Hidden from the Public” was recently […]
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