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2019-11-04T16:05:42+00:00

MarketWatch Meera Jagannathan November 1, 2019 Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on Wednesday reiterated that the world’s biggest social media site considers political ads “an important part of the dialogue” rather than a financial incentive...

2019-11-04T16:05:42+00:00

Hearing on Congressional Mailing Standards

2019-11-01T14:54:33+00:00

U.S. House Modernization Committee October 31, 2019 CSMaP Co-Director Joshua A. Tucker testified before the House Modernization Committee in a hearing on congressional mailing rules. Representatives heard from experts on how social media and technology will impact the way members of Congress communicate with their constituents...

Hearing on Congressional Mailing Standards2019-11-01T14:54:33+00:00

Americans Trust Local News. That Belief Is Being Exploited.

2019-10-31T21:34:17+00:00

The New York Times Brendan Nyhan October 31, 2019 The nature of the news misinformation problem may be changing. As consumers become more skeptical about the national news they encounter online, impostor local sites that promote ideological agendas are becoming more common...

Americans Trust Local News. That Belief Is Being Exploited.2019-10-31T21:34:17+00:00

NYU Launches Center for Social Media and Politics After Rise of Fake News, Russian Trolls

2019-11-01T20:06:57+00:00

Washington Square News Akiva Thalheim October 14, 2019 The university has received approximately $12 million in funding to establish a new Center for Social Media and Politics, which will research topics like how social media affects political participation and the spread of disinformation....

NYU Launches Center for Social Media and Politics After Rise of Fake News, Russian Trolls2019-11-01T20:06:57+00:00

Big Tech a big punching bag for politicians

2019-11-01T20:07:29+00:00

SFGATE Barbara Ortutay October 13, 2019 Republicans and Democrats don’t agree on health care, immigration or taxing the rich. But one subject draws critics from both parties: Big Tech...

Big Tech a big punching bag for politicians2019-11-01T20:07:29+00:00

SMaPP-Global: An interview with Josh Tucker and Pablo Barbera

2019-11-01T20:06:30+00:00

SAGE Ocean July 24, 2019 In April this year a special collection examining social media and politics was published in SAGE Open. Guest edited by Joshua A. Tucker and Pablo Barberá, the articles grew out of a series of conferences held by NYU’s Social Media and Political Participation lab (SMaPP) and the NYU Global Institute for Advanced Study (GIAS) known as SMaPP-Global...

SMaPP-Global: An interview with Josh Tucker and Pablo Barbera2019-11-01T20:06:30+00:00