To save themselves from weaponization, social media must become more transparent to users.

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Nicholas Proferes is an Assistant Professor at the University of Kentucky’s School of Information Science. He studies users, social media, and tech discourse.

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Nicholas Proferes

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Nicholas Proferes is an Assistant Professor at the University of Kentucky’s School of Information Science. He studies users, social media, and tech discourse.

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