YouTube Regrets

Regrets! We all have them. Like that time at 2AM. when I searched YouTube for “Did aliens build Stonehenge?” and ever since, my YouTube recommendations have been a mess: Roswell, Area 51, Illuminati. YouTube’s recommendation engine can lead users down bizarre rabbit holes that aren't always harmless. What's your YouTube Regret story?

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Answers to Your Questions About the Dark Side of the Internet

by Mozilla on Sept. 4, 2019

The anonymous mother and son from this important article in the Washingtonian, What Happened After My Son Joined the Alt-Right, agreed to answer questions from the Mozilla community. Here's their Q&A.


How to opt out of human review of your voice assistant recordings

by Becca Ricks and Kaili Lambe on Aug. 14, 2019

If you have a voice assistant in your home or on your phone, have you ever been concerned that someone from the company could listen to your voice recordings?


Library shelves, get ready: The Internet Health Report is a book!

by Kasia Odrozek on Aug. 30, 2019

Today, we are proud to announce that the 2019 Internet Health Report is now published as an open access book by independent academic publisher [transcript].


What Can You Trust On The Internet?

by Jen Caltrider on Aug. 14, 2019

One YouTube baker breaks down why you can't trust anything you see on the internet. Even baking videos.

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