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Unprecedented Data Collection Project, ‘A Huge Missing Piece of the Study of the Internet,’ Now Underway

An interdisciplinary group of researchers at Northeastern have embarked on an ambitious, multi-million-dollar project to study the way people behave online—and in turn, how the internet behaves back.

John Basl, associate professor of philosophy at Northeastern, is one of the project collaborators.

Read more on News@Northeastern.

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