As our comments demonstrate, most dark patterns are merely modern renditions of practices already covered by long-standing laws against deception, fraud, and unfairness.
“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past and present are certain to miss the future.”
– John F. Kennedy
We’ve never had much interest in chipping away at the edges. We leave that work to others. Rather, we devote our efforts to transformative, often disruptive outcomes that have the potential to dramatically improve individual well-being and expand opportunity for everyone. This is the heart of our technology and innovation research. We aim to understand what policies will produce positive change in society.
Recent Technology and Innovation research
In this Research in Focus brief, Utah State University economist Craig Palsson examines who would bear the effects of a tax on peer-to-peer car sharing.
In this paper, CGO’s Megan Jenkins, Brian Isom, and Christopher Koopman explore the changing nature of work.
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