How to Save Democracy From Technology


Roundtable Series on Technology, Innovation, and American Primacy The recent growth of internet platforms, which are increasingly controlling the distribution of information and shaping political discourse, is creating novel threats to democracy and competitiveness. In contrast to a more robust regulatory response in the United Kingdom and European Union, the United States has been slow to react. Social media and search companies have been unable on their own to counter misinformation on their platforms effectively. Few have considered a practical way forward—until now. Please join our speakers, Francis Fukuyama of Stanford University and Steven Brill of NewsGuard, to discuss the…

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