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Professors Anindya Ghose and Robert Seamans' research on the connection between broadband access and racial hate crimes is featured

Excerpt from NDTV -- "'Technologically-driven solutions fall short in addressing an issue that is inherently social in nature,' said one of the researchers Anindya Ghose from New York University Stern School of Business in the US. 'Instead of engaging in a technological rat race with extremists, we should consider incorporating critical literacies - including digital media, anti-racism and social justice - into school curricula as an alternative strategy,' Ghose noted."

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Additional coverage appeared on Business Standard, Economic Times and Times of India.