Why the inequalities in our information diets matter (Part 1 of 2)

Part I: Visiting the United States in November 2016 As I write this, I am on a train travelling from Boston to New York City, at a time when people in the United States are still coming to terms with what they thought they knew about their country. The trip has been rushed because I need … Continue reading Why the inequalities in our information diets matter (Part 1 of 2)

Twitter users with anti-vaccine opinions are relatively easy to spot if we can measure their misinformation exposure

So...I have been systematically collecting tweets about human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines since October 2013. We now have over two hundred thousand tweets that included keywords related to HPV vaccines, and the first of two pieces of research we have undertaken using these data has just been published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. It covers 6 … Continue reading Twitter users with anti-vaccine opinions are relatively easy to spot if we can measure their misinformation exposure