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    Disinformation is becoming unstoppable

    Why relying on a news marketplace serving advertisers over citizens harms democracy.

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    Why Technology Will Shape the Future of Democracy

    Code can be changed, markets can be regulated, democracy can be strengthened.

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  • Civic engagement

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    Introducing Our Open Calls

    Reset announces three open calls to find and fund projects that help tackle surveillance capitalism; to engage a diverse group of individuals and organisations; to build a thriving network; and facilitate the redistribution of knowledge and resources.

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    Defending Democracy

    The challenges of shaping a reform agenda to protect democracies from disinformation, polarisation and tribalism.

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  • Google

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    Did Google and Facebook break democracy

    Unchecked, the Internet has led our democracy into crisis. Reset’s Ben Scott offers a plan to fix it

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  • Facebook Like

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    Russia's Election Interference Is Digital Marketing 101

    Ben Scott and Dipayan Ghosh discuss how the unchecked market power of social-media companies is subverting elections.

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    The new rules for the internet - and why deleting Facebook isn’t enough

    Outlining radical but essential new rules for the internet, because deleting Facebook isn’t enough

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  • Surveillance

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    Slouching towards dystopia: the rise of surveillance capitalism and the death of privacy

    Our lives and behaviour have been turned into profit for the Big Tech giants – and we meekly click “Accept”. How did we sleepwalk into a world without privacy?

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  • Surveillance Capitalism

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    It’s not that we’ve failed to rein in Facebook and Google. We’ve not even tried

    Shoshana Zuboff explains how data doesn’t just help Big Tech predict our behaviour, it changes it. But democracy can fight back.

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  • Montreal Gazette

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    Opinion: Algorithm 'gatekeepers' undermine democracy and health

    Realigning the commercial incentives of Big Tech with the values of democracy and social welfare does not mean a government-imposed standard for truth or draconian limits on free speech.

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