The 9pm Fake Furry Dollop of Content Moderation with evelyn douek

The remarkable evelyn douek on the correct side of the wooden barrier. (Photo: Harvard Law School)

In the first special guest episode of The 9pm Edict autumn series we’re joined by evelyn douek, lecturer on law and a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Law School, and co-host of the Lawfare podcast Arbiters of Truth.

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The 9pm EPIC Convoy to Canberra Explainer or Maybe Confuser with Elise Thomas

Elise Thomas gazes deep into the eyes of the internet. (Supplied. Background image: AAP. Digital composition: Stilgherrian.)

The Summer Series continues with yet another trip down the wombat warren of conspiracy theories and disinformation. Joining me once more is Elise Thomas, freelance journalist and OSINT analyst with the Institute for Strategic Dialogue.

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Weekly Wrap 609: A summer week, with few new things, but a lot of interesting recommendations

Summer Sydney Sky

For much of my week of Monday 24 to Sunday 30 January 2022 it felt like I was battling some minor illness. Not the covid, because I was taking tests, but just some fatigue-causing lurgi. Or it might just be that we’re all just completely over the world right now. So to make up for the lack of productivity there’s a whole bunch of recommendations.

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