A report summarising our findings half way through the project.
Comments we’ve submitted to consultations.
- Plan for Digital Regulation
- Facebook Oversight Board
- Online Harms White Paper
Reports from our project workshops exploring how philosophy can help us think clearly about social media.
Articles & Blog posts
Pieces we’ve written for newspapers, websites, and blogs.
- Social media regulation: why we must ensure it is democratic and inclusive
- Rowan Cruft and Natalie Alana Ashton for The Conversation (April 2022)
- Can Authoritarianism Ever be Justified?
Fabienne Peter for The New Statesman (August 2021)
- What can Philosophy tell us about Rebuilding After the Pandemic?
Rowan Cruft, with Aveek Bhattacharya, Susan Murray and Diana Popescu at the David Hume Institute (December 2021)
- Beyond The Ivory Tower Interview
Rowan Cruft (by Lisa Herzog) for Justice Everywhere (March 2021)
- Why Twitter is (Epistemically) Better than Facebook
Natalie Alana Ashton for Logically.ai (November 2020)
- The Experts are Back – But How Much Political Power Should Experts Have?
Fabienne Peter for the Warwick Knowledge Centre (March 2020)
- Political Debate in the Digital Age
Fabienne Peter for Open for Debate. (February 2020)
- Epistemic Norms for the New Public Sphere
Natalie Alana Ashton for Imperfect Cognitions (December 2019)
- Norms for Political Debate
Fabienne Peter interviewed for Imperfect Cognitions (December 2019)
- How to Build a Safer Internet
Natalie Alana Ashton for Open for Debate (November 2019)
- Monster or Guru? What Dominic Cummings’ Blog Tells Us About Him
Jonathan Heawood for The Guardian (August 2019)
- Twitter Is Right To Have Special Rules for Donald Trump
Fabienne Peter for The Conversation (July 2019)
- What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Internet Regulation?
Jonathan Heawood for Media@LSE (April 2019)