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The Last Twitter Census, a new research report from VOX-Pol, examining how new policies instituted following the 2022 sale of Twitter impacted typical users in a large random sample.
Lawful Extremism: The Dred Scott Decision, a new research paper outlining the case for understanding extremism that emanates from the center of a society. From the Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
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Flamethrower, Comments About Book Burning Ignite Political Firestorm in US -- Associated Press
The Islamic State’s Shadow Governance in Eastern Syria Since the Fall of Baghuz -- Combating Terrorism Center at West Point
New Research Reveals How the Nazis Targeted Transgender People -- Smithsonian Magazine
Misinformation research is buckling under GOP legal attacks -- Washington Post
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