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We’ve just released a study of thousands of commenters, conducted with the Engaging News Project at the University of Texas-Austin
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Over the past few days, a number of online comments about Brexit have gone viral. It’s a sign of what we need to do next
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If we can’t agree on basic reality or facts, how can we discuss what’s right and wrong?
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What the New York Times learned from talking to its top contributors
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What can Taylor Swift and the Super Bowl teach us about audience?
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The absence of women’s voices is a problem for democracy, and for news organizations’ bottom lines.
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The first in a series about innovative approaches to online discussion.
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Are sites ever legally responsible for what’s posted by the community? Here’s what can and can’t get you in trouble.
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