Docket+ 28 November
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- The Role of Today’s VRE and Considerations for Cognitive Warfare (NATO, 18 November)
- Social Media: The canary in the coal mine (Georgetown Law, November)
- Influence Operations and Disinformation on Social Media (CIGI, 23 November)
1. Academia & Research
1.1 Platforms & Technology
- America Needs a Bold New Cyber Strategy (CEPA, 17 November)
- Special Competitive Studies Project: Platforms Interim Panel Report: The United States can leverage its underlying strengths in new ways to generate specific advantages in critical technology areas. (SCSP, November)
- A Plea: The Case for Digital Environmentalism: The paper argues that a new form of ‘digital environmentalism’ —marked by a re-evaluation of our relationship to technology, growth, and innovation—is the only way to fix insecurities, and to bring meaningful change to the digital world. (CSET, November)
- Digital Government Interoperability and Data Exchange Platforms: Insights from a Twenty Country Comparative Study (ACM, October)
- For shopping, phones are common and influencers have become a factor – especially for young adults (Pew, 21 November)
- Defining affordances in social media research: A literature review: The article provides the groundwork for future use of affordances theory in social media research. (SAGE, 23 November)
- Overview of the WANLP 2022 Shared Task on Propaganda Detection in Arabic (ArXiv, 18 November)
- Multimodal false information detection method based on Text-CNN and SE module (PlosOne, 23 November)
- Why is Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover increasing hate speech? (Brookings, 23 November)