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CDT Research report, entitled "Learning to Share: Lessons on Data-Sharing from Beyond Social Media," and authored by Gabriel Nicholas and Dhanaraj Thakur. A collection of yellow-colored logos from popular social media platforms are arranged to form a sort of "key," unlocking a barrier between researchers and potential data-informed insights (illustrated as a series of data visualizations, with an orange-to-purple gradient).

Learning to Share: Lessons on Data-Sharing from Beyond Social Media

Graphic for CDT's podcast, entitled "CDT's Tech Talks." Hosted by Jamal Magby, and available on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn. Dark grey text and app logos, as well as light blue text, on a white background.

Tech Talk: Data Brokers — Talking Tech w/ Greg Nojeim & Dhanaraj Thakur

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Survey Instrument & Raw Results Data – Shedding Light on Shadowbanning

A CDT and KAS report, entitled "A Lie Can Travel: Election Disinformation in the United States, Brazil, and France." Three human figures, all getting information in different ways while standing above a map from different countries. Blue / green, dark blue, white and black colors. A Jonathan Swift quote in a circle: "A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes." (Commonly misattributed to Mark Twain.)

A Lie Can Travel: Election Disinformation in the United States, Brazil, and France (CDT report published by KAS)

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New CDT Report Documents How Law Enforcement & Intel Agencies Are Evading the Law and Buying Your Data from Brokers

Repository of publicly sourced documents cited in CDT's report, "Legal Loopholes and Data for Dollars." White document on a dark grey background, with black text and blue & purple / orange rectangles.

Repository of Publicly Sourced Documents Cited in CDT’s Report – Legal Loopholes and Data for Dollars

CDT Research report, entitled "Legal Loopholes and Data for Dollars: How Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies Are Buying Your Data from Brokers." Orange and black text on a distressed, photo-copied paper background. Light blue scan marks run across the top of the image.

Report – Legal Loopholes and Data for Dollars: How Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies Are Buying Your Data from Brokers

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Understanding the Impacts of Online Gendered Disinformation on Women of Color in Politics

Graphic for CDT's podcast, entitled "CDT's Tech Talks." Hosted by Jamal Magby, and available on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn. Dark grey text and app logos, as well as light blue text, on a white background.

Tech Talk: Automated Content Analysis — Talking Tech W/ Jasmine McNealy & Dhanaraj Thakur

CDT's report, entitled "Online and Observed: Student Privacy Implications of School-Issued Devices and Student Activity Monitoring Software." White background with black text and blue artifacts. Three laptops, lined from left to right, have a variety of pop-ups and open windows on their screens, as well as purple-colored alerts to demonstrate the monitoring and flagging of student activity.

Report – Online and Observed: Student Privacy Implications of School-Issued Devices and Student Activity Monitoring Software

Cover of CDT's report, "Outside Looking In: Approaches to Content Moderation in End-to-End Encrypted Systems." A wireframe of the interaction of content on a platform being flagged by a content moderation system, and the ensuing steps.

Outside Looking In: Approaches to Content Moderation in End-to-End Encrypted Systems

The CDT logo. A white "cdt" alongside "Center for Democracy & Technology" on a light blue background.

New CDT Report Defines End-to-End Encryption (E2EE) & Examines the Best Ways to Moderate Content on E2EE Platforms