Month: February 2019

  Anti-vaccine propaganda is a growing issue for all social media platforms, stirring debate over their responsibility to monitor misinformation posts, especially on Facebook and Google. Some, like Pinterest, have chosen to outright block access to any content of the sort, but Twitter remains a target of anti-vaccine propaganda to this day, which is why […]

  Making sense of politics on Twitter with NexaIntelligence You may have seen the videos of TSA agents playing uncensored versions of explicit rap songs at U.S. customs, or heard about singer Cardi B’s (also explicit) videos criticizing the American government shutdown on social media, but if you want to know what the rest of the […]

My first week at Nexalogy kicked off strong with two days at Expo Entrepreneurs, Montreal’s annual startup convention. In the maze of Place Bonaventure, a ceremonious staircase led me to the exhibitions hall where I discovered, for the first time since moving to Montreal, the city’s large and energetic entrepreneurial community. Large banners hung from […]