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WE STOPPED MOVING, DEFINITELY NOT CLICKING, BUT NO ONE KNOWS WHEN WE’LL BE FLYING

By Goran Kusić, Sonja Backović, Luka Putarek and Stepan Zhidkov Amsterdam 8th of April, 2020 In this current state of information overload, is it possible that you, as a user, get restricted or very curated information provided to you on

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How Facebook will once again have a huge impact on the U.S Election

____________________________________________________________ Probably worse than 2016: How Facebook will once again have a huge impact on the US Election ‘There are dozens of new Cambridge Analytica’ Photo: Gage Skidmore AMSTERDAM, 04/08/2020, by Valentino Brodkorb, Milan de Beer, Jahaan Kapoor and Lars

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Protected: Media Holds All The Power to Change Our Minds and The Future of Our Planet

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Information Democracy in Times of a Pandemic

Do China’s strict internet laws give them the ability to hinder the way information relevant to international concern is spread online and how it affects the freedom of information on the global media landscape? Amsterdam, 08/04/2020 Photo by Brian McGowan

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Murder or Women’s right? The Abortion debate on YouTube

Roberta Belánová, Yelda Dagarslan, Daphne Dumas, Maria Pugliese and Nynke Themmen Amsterdam, 8 April 2020     Picture of Boss In own Belly demonstration, Amsterdam, 14 March 1970 Back when women did not have many rights, a protest group called

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The Dutch language, a barrier for the immigrants

The Dutch language, a barrier for the immigrants By Thomas J. Malato, Cecilie Maijers, Elena-Lorena Ulian, Ferran Nievas and Kristof Kassay Amsterdam, 8 April 2020 The long history of immigration in the Netherlands has raised some questions ever since 1998, due to the exponential boom in

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Domestic violence does not discriminate

Domestic Violence does not Discriminate by Jorja O’Sullivan Marie Lampe Ricky Hao Sofia Sergeeva Amir Elbaz   The effects of domestic violence, illustration by Ricky Hao   The International Women’s Day stands for social, economic, and political equality of genders

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Understanding the contagious story of the Coronavirus

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Kangaroos and hundreds of animals burned alive – Is there still hope?

University of Amsterdam April 8th, 2020 – Amsterdam, NL By: Farida Elsharkawi, Cindy Xia and Klara Jakob Kangaroos and hundreds of animals burned alive – Is there  still hope?   Australia has suffered from a horrible early bushfire season with

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Liberty Letdown – The Skid Mark on Conservative Journalism

Devin Mitter, Vlad Michajlov, Roberto Tienda, Alberto Di Rosa Wednesday, April 8, 2020 – Amsterdam, Netherlands If you asked the average American male, what his favorite thing in the world is, he would probably answer fast cars, football, or blonde

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