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Ethics and the Tweeter in Chief: The Ethics of the Presidential Communication [PDF]

Fake News, Fake Porn, and AI: “Deepfakes” and the Ethics of Faked Videos [PDF]

Sharing the Pain: The Ethics of Social Media Sharing in Times of Tragedy [PDF]

Too Much of a Good Thing? Anonymity, Doxing, and the Ethics of Reddit [PDF]

Dying to Be Online: The Ethics of Digital Death on Social Media [PDF]

Facing the Challenges of Next Generation Identification: Biometrics, Data, and Privacy [PDF]

Swipe Right to Expose: Journalism, Privacy, and Digital Information [PDF]

Finsta Fad: The Real Ethics of Fake Social Media Profiles [PDF]

Doxing and Digital Journalism: The HuffPost Story on Amy Mekelburg [PDF]

Virtual Reality, Immersive Media, and Journalism: The Ethics of Facebook’s Virtual Trip to Puerto Rico [PDF]

No Comment: Online Comment Sections and Democratic Discourse [PDF]

Google Assistant and the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Human Interactions [PDF]

Artificial Intelligence and Online Hate Speech: From Tay AI to Automated Content Moderation [PDF]

Gaming the System? Digital Ethics and Cheating in Fortnite [PDF]

To Catfish or Not to Catfish? The Ethics of Online Deception [PDF]

When Actors Become Characters: The Ethics of Digital Real-Person Fan Fiction [PDF]

Filtering Out Cyberbullying: The Ethics of Instagram’s Anti-Bullying Filters [PDF]

Don’t “Like” My Children: The Ethics of “Sharenting” on Social Media [PDF]

How Can I Be So Mean to Myself? Digital Self-Harm and the Ethics of Social Media [PDF]

“Some of My Best Friends are Internet Vigilantes”: Racists Getting Fired and the Ethics of Fighting Racism [PDF]

Is It Only A Game? The Ethics of First-Person Shooter Video Games [PDF]


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