Techdirt Podcast Episode 154: Truth, Trust, Transparency And Tribalism

from the panel-discussion dept

A couple of weeks ago, Mike was in Washington, DC for the State Of The Net conference, where he participated in a panel called Internet Speech: Truth, Trust, Transparency & Tribalism. For this week's podcast, we've got the audio from that conversation with all sorts of interesting ideas about how people are dealing with fake news, trolls, propaganda and more.

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    Anonymous Coward, 14 Feb 2018 @ 10:43am

    The ambassador and CATO guy spent the conversation talking past each other through a 20th century lens. Mike and the professor (band name) were making points about the actual internet. .

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