In addition to the Casebook, the Technology and Social Change (TaSC) research team produces a newsletter, a webinar series, white papers, policy briefs, and research articles that focus on the wider sociotechnical landscape of media ecosystems and their relationship with civil liberties, democracy, and security. You can read them below.
Political Pandemonium 2020: A series of digital workshops, hosted by Dr. Joan Donovan and the Technology and Social Change Project, exploring the harmful effects of media manipulation on our society.
Other writing and research
First They Came for the Black Feminists, New York Times
Weaponizing the Digital Influence Machine, Data & Society
Source Hacking: Media Manipulation in Practice, Data & Society
Here’s how social media can combat the coronavirus ‘infodemic’, MIT Technology Review
How memes got weaponized: A short history, MIT Technology Review
How Civil Society Can Combat Misinformation and Hate Speech Without Making It Worse, Political Pandemonium