All FSI News News March 10, 2022

State Media, Social Media, and the Conflict in Ukraine: What Should the Platforms Do?

On March 4th, Cyber Policy Center experts and experts in industry gathered to discuss the propaganda battles related to the conflict already in full force.
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On March 4th. the Cyber Policy Center held State Media, Social Media, and the Conflict in Ukraine: What Should the Platforms Do?, a panel discussion with Nate Persily, co-director of the CPC, Renee DiResta and Alex Stamos of the Stanford Internet Observatory, Marietje Schaake, also of CPC, along with Nathaniel Gleicher, head of Security Policy at Facebook, Yoel Roth, head of Site Integrity at Twitter and Alicia Wanless of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Panelists discussed what steps platforms have taken in the propaganda battles related to the conflict. 

 

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