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Dismantling the Digital Poorhouse

MPPF Myacah Sampson wrote a review of National Fellow Virginia Eubanks' new book, Automating Inequality.


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As Trump Wavers on Libya, an ISIS Haven, Russia Presses On

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the New York Times on the instability in Libya:


How big data is helping states kick poor people off welfare

Virginia Eubanks was interviewed in Vox about her new book, Automating Inequality:


The Rise of 'Digital Poorhouses'

Virginia Eubanks was interviewed by CityLab to discuss her new book, Automating Inequality:


Investigating the Bridge Between Engineering and Art with Sara Hendren

National Fellow Sara Hendren was quoted in Make Magazine about her design work in disability:


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FBI Director Must Be Prepared to Resign Over Nunes Memo, Ex-Agents Warn

Joshua Geltzer was quoted by the Daily Beast on President Trump's attacks on the Department of Justice and FBI.


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Despite Bumpy First Year, National Security Advisor Leaves Imprint on White House

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the Washington Diplomat about the Trump administration's National Security Strategy.


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Executive Order to Keep Guantanamo Bay Open Is Trump’s Gift to ISIS

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the Daily Beast about President Trump's decision to authorize sending terrorist detainees to Guantanamo Bay.


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DOJ Crackdown on 'Sanctuary Cities' a Danger to Public Safety, Amicus Brief Co-Author Says

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in Legal Newsline cautioning against the federal government's crackdown on sanctuary cities.


What If You Were Socially Ranked By Everything You Did? China And Social Credit Ratings

Mara Hvistendahl was interviewed by WBEZ Chicago Worldview about her WIRED cover story on social credit in China.


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Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Joshua Geltzer appeared on "Background Briefing with Ian Masters" to discuss the HPSCI-Nunes memo.


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Kansas-based Crosscheck spreadsheet compromises 945 voters’ data

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the Topeka Capital-Journal about the Kansas Secretary of State compromising nearly 1,000 voters' data.