What You Should Know About 2020 Disinformation and The Election
Disinformation campaigns and election manipulation were prominent in the 2016 election and are expected only to increase in the run-up to 2020. Understanding how these campaigns work and how foreign agents can take advantage of media and technological platforms will be crucial to protecting American electoral processes. This panel will present perspectives from researchers across a variety of disciplines who study how disinformation works, and whose research is a crucial first step to understanding how Congress can address this critical problem.
Mike Godwin, R Street Institute
Kathleen Carly, Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Ramsi Woodcock, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Kentucky
Lunch will be served as supplies last.
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