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    President Obama Meeting with Donald Trump

    President Obama and President-elect Donald Trump met for transition talks at the White House. This was the first time the two met face to face. President Obama said his number one priority was to have a transition that “ensures our president-elect is successful.” President-elect Trump said he looked forward to working with President Obama in the future and called him “a very good man.”

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    Cambridge Analytica and Data Privacy

    Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower at the defunct Cambridge Analytica who exposed the British data firm’s collection of Facebook user data, testified at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on privacy regulations. He was joined by a political science professor from Tufts University and the director of telecommunication studies at the University of Florida.

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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Hearing on Data Protection

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee regarding the company’s use and protection of user data following the Cambridge Analytica breach. During the nearly five hour hearing, Mr. Zuckerberg acknowledged that government regulations are “inevitable” but stressed that a balance of the right regulations are best. On the previous day, he appeared before a joint hearing on the Senate side.

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    Cambridge Analytica and Facebook Data Partners

    A Senate Commerce subcommittee examined Cambridge Analytica’s partnership with Facebook during the 2016 presidential campaign as well as data privacy. Witnesses included the former chief technologist at the Federal Trade Commission and a technology researcher who developed the app that allowed the now defunct U.K. firm to collect personal details of 80 million Facebook users.

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    Cambridge Analytica and Data Privacy, Alexander Nix Testimony

    Former Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix appeared before a British parliamentary committee for a second time to answer questions about the company’s alleged data privacy practices and relationship with Facebook. Much of the hearing focused on testimony given by Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie, who in previous testimony claimed the company played a role in the 2016 Brexit referendum and shared private user data. Mr. Nix denied those claims and said he felt “victimized” by the allegations. Members asked Mr. Nix to clarify statements he made during a previous appearance before the committee following new media reports alleging Cambridge Analytica played a role in influencing the outcome of the elections. One undercover investigative report by the U.K.'s Channel 4 that aired in March 2018 showed Mr. Nix discussing bribery and entrapment of politicians. He told the committee the video was “heavily edited.”

    C-SPAN did no cover Mr. Nix’s first appearance.

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    Digital Age and Disinformation

    Facebook Global Policy Management Head Monika Bickert and other technology experts testified at a hearing on the spread of disinformation on social media and other internet platforms. Facebook recently announced a new policy that it would remove from its platform “deepfake” video that distort the audio and video images of individuals.

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    CNN and Des Moines Register Democratic Debate in Iowa

    Six of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates debated at Drake University in Des Moines before Iowa’s first-in-the-nation February 3 caucuses. The debate was sponsored by CNN and the Des Moines Register.

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    Google Data Collection

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified at a hearing on his company’s use of consumer data. He answered lawmakers' questions on issues that included search results, algorithms, privacy policies, terms of service agreements, and security measures. He also faced questions about potential political partisanship or bias of Google employees, and whether staff affiliations influenced what users see in search results.

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    2004 Democratic National Convention, Day 2 Evening

    On the second day of the Democratic National Convention in Boston, MA, party leaders, former presidential candidates and others spoke about Senator John Kerry’s candidacy and building on the unity and patriotism within the party. State senator Obama gave the keynote speech in which he talked about his background, the goals and aspirations of the party, and adopting a message of hope. Mrs. Kerry highlighted the evening’s speeches with an endorsement of her husband’s presidency and her thoughts on public policy. At various points campaign videos were shown and entertainment was provided.

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    Foreign Influence and Social Media

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Senators focused on Russian interference in U.S. elections and the use of Twitter and Facebook platforms by foreign operatives.

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