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Evan Selinger

Evan Selinger is Associate Professor of Philosophy and MAGIC Center Head of Research Communications, Community & Ethics, both at Rochester Institute of Technology. Evan publishes extensively in the areas of philosophy of technology, privacy, and ethics/policy of science and technology. To enhance public debate about ethics, Evan regularly supplements his peer-reviewed scholarship with outreach articles in places like The AtlanticWiredSlateForbes,The Wall Street Journal, and The Nation.


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Articles


"Why Goal Tracking Apps Are So Existentially Provocative"   Forbes  Apr 12, 2014

"Outsourcing Your Mind and Intelligence to Computer/Phone Apps"   partiallyexaminedlife.com  Apr 8, 2014

"Today’s Apps Are Turning Us Into Sociopaths"   Wired  Feb 27, 2014

"The Outsourced Lover"   The Atlantic  Feb 14, 2014

"Why App Developers May Be Selling Their Souls To Apple And Google"   Forbes  Feb 9, 2014

"Inside Google’s Mysterious Ethics Board"   Forbes  Feb 5, 2014

"5 Ways To Avoid Being Suckered By Unreliable Information"   Forbes  Jan 25, 2014

"Why Grandma Shouldn’t Have Posted Instagram Pics On Facebook"   Forbes  Jan 8, 2014

"Keep On Tweeting, There’s No Techno-Fix For Incivility Or Injustice"   Forbes  Jan 2, 2014

"Why Debating Apple’s ‘Misunderstood’ Ad Is An Amazing Holiday Gift"   Forbes  Dec 25, 2013

"Google’s Creepy Patent to Automate Your Social Media Voice"   slate.com  Dec 10, 2013

"What You Don’t Say About Data Can Still Hurt You"   Forbes  Nov 22, 2013

"How Not to Be a Jerk With Your Stupid Smartphone"   The Atlantic  Nov 5, 2013

"The Chilling Implications Of Democratizing Big Data: Facebook Graph Search Is Only The Beginning"   forbes.com  Oct 17, 2013

"Humans Are Already More “Enhanced” by Technology Than We Realize"   Slate  Oct 4, 2013

"What’s the Right Balance for Protecting Privacy and Promoting Accountability on the Internet?"   Forbes  Sep 27, 2013

"Should Students Use a Laptop in Class?"   The Wall Street Journal  Sep 7, 2013

"Big Data in Small Hands"   Stanford Law Review Online  Sep 4, 2013

"When Nudge Comes to Shove"   Slate  Jul 10, 2013

"Fighting Facebook, a Campaign for a People’s Terms of Service"   http://www.thenation.com/article/174441/fighting-facebook-campaign-peoples-terms-service#  May 22, 2013

"Facebook Home Propaganda Makes Selfishness Contagious"   WIRED  Apr 22, 2013

"How We’re Turning Digital Natives Into Etiquette Sociopaths"   Wired  Mar 26, 2013

"Did My Daughter Have to Grow Up Because Selena Gomez Did?"   huffingtonpost.com  Mar 17, 2013

"Quitters Never Win: The Costs of Leaving Social Media"   The Atlantic  Feb 15, 2013

"What Sci-Fi Can Teach Us About the Present and Future of Information"   huffingtonpost.com  Jan 25, 2013

"SIRI RISING: The Inside Story Of Siri’s Origins—And Why She Could Overshadow The iPhone"   huffingtonpost.com  Jan 23, 2013

"Obscurity: A Better Way to Think About Your Data Than ‘Privacy’"   theatlantic.com  Jan 18, 2013

"I Grip the Gun and the Gun Grips Me"   wired.com  Dec 23, 2012

"Augmented-Reality Racism"   The Atlantic  Dec 17, 2012

"The Online Funeral"   blogs.wsj.com  Nov 7, 2012

"Why We Need New Rights to Privacy"   Slate.com  Nov 5, 2012

"How To Make a Spy Exhibit Boring"   Slate  Oct 16, 2012

"Can a Robot Learn to Cook?"   The Atlantic  Oct 12, 2012

"Saintly Simulation"   3 quarks daily  Sep 18, 2012

"Was Hitler a Bully? Teaching the Holocaust to Kids"   Slate  Sep 14, 2012

"Impatience as Digital Virtue"   Huffington Post  Sep 10, 2012

"Lab Rats in the Social Experiment of Personalized Advertising"   Huffington Post  Sep 4, 2012

"‘But Everybody’s Doing It!’ Lance Armstrong and the Philosophy of Making Bad Decisions"   The Atlantic  Aug 31, 2012

"Future of Privacy Forum Director: Browser Settings should be as Easy To Navigate as a Car"   Slate  Aug 29, 2012

"Why Do We Love To Call New Technologies “Creepy”?"   Slate  Aug 27, 2012

"Climate Change and Inter-Group Cooperation"   This View of Life  Aug 2, 2012

"Nudge, Nudge: Can Software Prod Us Into Being More Civil?"   The Atlantic  Jul 29, 2012

"Ultrasound Technology Can Impede Informed Consent"   3 quarks daily  Jul 27, 2012

"The Philosophy of the Technology of the Gun"   The Atlantic  Jul 24, 2012

"Digital Jiminy Crickets"   Slate  Jul 8, 2012

"What Happens When We Turn the World’s Most Famous Robot Test on Ourselves?"   The Atlantic  Jun 22, 2012

"Are Millenials Less Green Than Their Parents?"   3quarksdaily  Jun 7, 2012

"Peace Prize for Homeless Hotspots"   3 Quarks Daily  Apr 15, 2012

"Why It’s OK to Let Apps Make You a Better Person"   The Atlantic  Apr 9, 2012

"When the Morality Pill Becomes a Thoughtless Experiment"   Ethical Technology  Mar 26, 2012


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IEET Fellow Evan Selinger publishes essay in “The Chronicle of Higher Education” (Oct 02, 2012)

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Evan Selinger is our new IEET Fellow (Sep 04, 2012)

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