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Year: 2019
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Bad News is not Fake News: Not All Digital Campaigning is Dark Arts

, 5 December 2019
Kyle Taylor from the Fair Vote project argues modern microtargeting shouldn't be abandoned to shady billionaire-funded right-wing groups.

Boris Johnson's Selfish Lies on Russian Interference Put our Entire Democratic System at Risk

, 25 November 2019
Retiring Labour MP and Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee member Ian Lucas urges the Prime Minister to take the threat posed by Putin's Russia seriously – and put the UK before his own personal interests.

Our Democracy Emergency Needs Urgent Action

, 11 November 2019
he electorate must remain vigilant and prepared for the tactics used by political parties through digital platforms which electoral safeguards weren't built to cater for.

How Russia will Fan the Flames in Britain's General Election

, 31 October 2019
Paul Niland, founder of Lifeline Ukraine, has a warning and some advice for the British public about Putin and his digital warfare as it heads to the polls.

Christmas is Coming with the Unholy Trinity in Power

, 29 October 2019
The dark arts channelled by Johnson, Gove and Cummings are still infiltrating our politics – but we can change this if we act quickly

Has Political Advertising Gone Rogue?

, 17 October 2019
ephen Colegrave, who worked for global advertising firm Saatchi & Saatchi for a decade, considers whether political advertising has gone beyond any regulation or fair play and what this might mean for the future of democracy.

Virtual Censorship: How Can We Reduce Trolling and Online Abuse?

, 16 October 2019
Steve Kinsella argues that anonymity has its limitations, and to protect free speech for real people, verification should have real benefits.

Why is Katie Hopkins Still Allowed to Spew her Muslim Hate on Twitter?

, 1 October 2019
The social media giant is being complicit in promoting the kind of rhetoric that inspires white nationalist domestic terrorism, argues CJ Werleman.

Young People Need to Transform Performative Activism on Social Media into Real Action Offline

, 30 July 2019
Molly Greeves on why online platforms should be the beginning, not the end, for those wanting to get involved in the political and social issues of our time.

Democracy in Danger: What Happened to our Data after the EU Referendum?

, 29 March 2019
In the light of multiple investigations into Brexit online campaigns, Byline Times asks whether our election data is secure or could be misused in future votes.

Boris Johnson planning a Trump-like populist bid for PM: backed by Steve Bannon and the Far Right

, 7 March 2019
You can get rid of the ridiculous bouffant hair, but that doesn't stop you being a dangerous buffoon.

Putin Pushing on an Open Door

, 1 March 2019
By ignoring Law-Breaking and Social Media Monopolies British and American Politicians are doing Putin's work for him, argues Tamsin Shaw

Online Endgame for ‘Tommy Robinson’ - but What Next for the British Hard Right?

, 26 February 2019
Mike Stuchbery wonders whether British populists will ever rally round a strongman figure and whether something worse could replace it

‘Tommy’ & Facebook: Kicking the Habit

, 15 February 2019
Mike Stuchbery challenges Mark Zuckerberg to stop enabling Stephen Yaxley-Lennon's hate and asks you to help him

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