Hey guys, tomorrow’s Thanksgiving and we hope you’ll be spending it with all of your loved ones. Remember to not drink and drive and to not let all that turkey go to your head (don’t post anything online that you might regret).
Since most Thanksgivings involve turkey, love, and some healthy debate, here’s 5 pieces of content to keep you informed:
In this podcast, we talk about Facebook, Twitter, and Google’s recent testimony before Congress about Russian involvement on their platforms and it’s interference with the 2016 election.
Recently Jeff was featured on NBC10 and spoke about how to identify fake news online. He offers some useful tips in how to fact check sources from any articles you may find on your Facebook feed.
In this podcast, we discuss who determines what is considered offensive and discriminatory, and whether corporations be making those calls online.
For anyone that doesn’t know, Twitter recently announced that select users were able to tweet in 280 characters versus the traditional 140 and we have lots of feelings about it.
We felt like this was an important topic to discuss on air in the wake of all the news about Harvey Weinstein and the #metoo campaign itself. This conversation was a chance for us to process together and recognize “the magnitude of the problem.”