Large technology companies are so powerful they now threaten democracy. They are too big to sue, and current regulations are not holding them responsible for their actions or outcomes. What can be done when a large tech company is doing something that is harmful to society? How can the technology companies that want to differentiate themselves demonstrate they are behaving responsibly?
Tag: Media & Democracy
There’s a big gap between young Americans’ intention to vote and the chance that they will actually do it. In this episode: why so few young people in the U.S. vote and what can be done about it.
What reformers across the nation are doing to combat gerrymandering and restore the power of your vote.
What gets in the way of change in government, and what we need to know about ourselves to make something new work.
Exploring the vexing issue of how to get more ordinary people to run for office.
How women gained a political voice in the U.S. and then – in some ways – lost it.