Public Scholarship and Editorials
Algorithms and Agenda-Setting in Wikileaks’ #PodestaEmails Release. Medium (2019).
The Many Mea Culpas of Mark Zuckerberg. Slate (2018).
To save themselves from weaponization, social media must become more transparent to users. Medium (2018).
The Zuckerberg Testimony. Wisconsin Public Radio (2018).
Facebook : comment le discours de Mark Zuckerberg a changé en quatorze ans. Le Monde (2018).
Zuckerberg Testimony. Key Conversation, WUKY (2018).
Zuckerberg Files with Michael Zimmer and Nick Proferes. Software Engineering Daily (2016).
Media Coverage of Research
Disinformation in the social media age. What we can take away. The Millennial Source (2020).
The Challenge of Preserving the Historical Record of #MeToo. The New Yorker (2019).
Complexity Theory: Integrating ethics into engineering education. The Stanford Daily (2019).
What Facebook Could Have Been. The Atlantic (2019).
Scientists are studying your tweets, YouTube videos, Instagram posts. Is that ethical? Scroll.in (2019).
The Sadness of Deleting Your Old Tweets. Wired (2018).
Your Tweets Are Somehow Worthy Of Scientific Study. FiveThirtyEight (2018).
Researchers use your tweets without your OK. Most users don’t know, UK study shows. Lexington Herald Leader (2018).
Who might be spying on your tweets in the name of science. Technology.org. (2018).
The Data Debacle: Many Unaware Researchers Study Their Social Media. UK Now (2018).
Who might be spying on your tweets in the name of science? CU Boulder Today (2018).
The Zuckerberg Files: everything the Facebook CEO has said publicly. The Guardian (2016).
The Future of Digital Spaces and Their Role in Democracy. Pew Internet and American Life Project (2021).
Science Wants Your Data. FiveThirtyEight (2018).
Touting Facebook’s ‘idealism,’ Zuckerberg displays the smooth evasions of a tobacco executive. Los Angeles Times (2018).