Big Tech Series 3: 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: Technology Policy
Big Tech Series 2: Very large technology companies fit into a special technology category called “platforms.” They are so big that even fines don’t seem to scare them. In this episode: we’ll explore what’s been tried to hold tech companies accountable.
This episode is the first of a three-part series, Defending Democracy (and Us!) from Big Tech. The series is produced by the Debugger podcast.
New season of the Ways & Means podcast features a three-part series, Defending Democracy (and Us!) from Big Tech. Series is guest-produced by the Debugger podcast in partnership with Duke Cyber Policy program.
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