Artists and entertainers are the original gig workers. They’ve long sacrificed stability and security in exchange for freedom. Many work a day job to support their creative dreams and most are never able to make a living purely from their...By Chand Rajendra-Nicolucci & Ethan Zuckerman
This essay was commissioned by the Knight Institute. The views expressed are those of the author. A response to this essay, also commissioned by the Knight Institute, is available here.
The campus left keeps shooting itself in the...By Thomas Healy , Jameel Jaffer & Joel Simon
Knight Institute and Reporters Committee Urge Attorney General Garland to Ensure Compliance with the Freedom of Information Act
Groups lay out steps for newly confirmed attorney general to take nowBy Anna Diakun
The all-encompassing secrecy regime surrounding the U.S. prison camp at Guantánamo Bay concealed widespread abuses against the men who have been held there in the years following 9/11. Essential to that regime was the almost complete suppression of the voices...By A. Adam Glenn
Big Data, Access to Public Health Information, and the Rush for a Cure: An Interview with Amy Kapczynski
Assessing the data and information needed to evaluate critical health and policy decisionsBy Katy Glenn Bass
The Tech Giants, Monopoly Power, and Public Discourse
An essay series addressing the tech giants' power to shape public discourseLearn More
Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ Faces Its First Major Test
The questions are bigger than whether Trump should have been suspended.Learn More
Who’s Afraid of Free Speech?
Knight Institute v. Trump
A lawsuit challenging President Trump's blocking of critics on TwitterLearn More