Book Review
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Margeaux Feldman | Shraya's second novel explores how, while social media amplifies our jealousy and longing, it is not the root cause of these feelings.
Book Review
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Cristina D'Amico | Platforms like Facebook and Twitter extract their users' labour for profit. The solution, says author Richard Seymour in his new book, is a social industry strike.
Podcast
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David Peck | Journalist Robert Fisk and director Yung Chang talk about their new film "This Is Not A Movie," exploring the contemporary media landscape and the question "what is truth?"
Blog
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Philip Lee | Nearly seven out of 10 Canadian millennials get their news from social media. Should we be worried?
Activist Toolkit
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| A tool to help check memes.
Blog
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Maya Bhullar | People say online activism makes no difference or that the left can't meme. But the right has weaponized trolling to radicalize users. Can we stop feeding the trolls -- and actually organize online?
Activist Toolkit
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| A guide from Tactical Tech with strategies and tools.
Blog
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David J. Climenhaga | Use of violent and abusive language on social media, sometimes translating into actual violence, is becoming a particular problem for women in politics, especially progressive women.
Blog
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David J. Climenhaga | A Medicine Hat preacher doesn't seem to have appreciated the online attention his sermon attracted Sunday -- thanks to an ill-advised tweet by an inattentive UCP candidate in a pew.
Blog
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David J. Climenhaga | The suggestion in Canadian media that alienation felt by Western Canadians in general and Albertans in particular is vastly on the rise simply defies credulity.
Blog
Brent Patterson | An "electronic tidal wave" contributed to the defeat of the Multilateral Agreement on Investment in 1998, what lessons does that hold for us today?
Blog
Victoria Henry | Yesterday, Christopher Wylie, former Director of Research at Cambridge Analytica, testified before a Canadian parliamentary committee and answered questions on the state of privacy.