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    Fake News

    The head of Facebook’s News Feed, the founder of CraigsList, journalists, and academics talked about the effects of “fake” news on consumers and the media. Topics included identifying and…

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    Online Activism and Protests

    Professor Jason Del Gandio talked on the telephone from Philadelphia about online activism and the effectiveness of protests.

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    Communicators on the State of the Net

    Gigi Sohn, Mark Jamison, and Mary McCord were interviewed about communications policy while attending the “State of the Net” conference at the Newseum. Gigi Sohn, a top adviser to the most recent…

    245 views
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on President Trump’s use of Twitter. Telephone calls were split into those viewers who felt the presidents use of Twitter was…

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    Social Media Medical and Legal Ethics

    Panelist presented recommended best practices for social media use by health care attorneys and law firms. “Will You Be My Friend (and Can I Be Your Lawyer)? Legal Ethics and Social Media for the…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewers identifying as Republicans to comment via phone and social media on whether they are concerned with President-elect Donald Trump’s use of Twitter. Associated…

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    Role of Media in the 2016 Election

    White House Communications Director Jen Psaki and Washington Post editor and columnist Ruth Marcus participated in a discussion on the role of media during the 2016 election season. They discussed the changing…

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    Issie Lapowsk on President-elect Trump's Twitter Use

    Issie Lapowsky talkd about President-elect Donald Trump’s use of Twitter to criticize businesses, including several tweets he recently published after Ford Motor Company announced it would…

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    Technology in Political Campaigns

    Panelists discussed developments in technology and the use of social media to reach voters in past elections, including the 2016 election cycle. “Effect of Developments in Technology on the Nature and…

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    Cyber Security and Social Media

    Marcus Rogers talked about the risks of cyber footprints and how personal data is collected and used by marketers, government, law enforcement, insurance companies, employers, and others. The “Cyber Security and Social…

    177 views
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    Freedom of Speech

    Flemming Rose and Nick Gillespie talked about the state of First Amendment protections following the 2016 presidential campaign, as well as the role social media plays in limiting free…

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    Open Phones

    Headlines from the day’s newspapers were read and telephone lines were open for viewer comments on the question: “Should President-elect Trump stop tweeting?” A video clip was shown of President-elect Trump’s interview…

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    Max Read on "Fake News"

    Max Read talked about his New York Magazine article, “Maybe the Internet Isn’t a Fantastic Tool for Democracy After All.” In the piece he examined the rise of “fake news” and whether the internet is a…

    640 views
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    Terrorism, Communication and New Media

    National security and terrorism experts discussed how news and social media shape public reaction to terrorism at an event hosted by New America. Panelists discussed a report that examined…

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    New Media and Technology

    Media industry leaders talked about emerging new media trends and technology. Panelists included representatives from the Washington Post, Slate, RYOT News, Google and VICE Media focused on…

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    Role of Media in Future Campaigns

    Joe Concha reported by telephone to discuss the role of traditional media in future presidential campaigns. Topics included newspaper endorsements and the coverage from national reporters.…

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    Communicators Roundtable on Extremism and Social Media

    Seamus Hughes, deputy director of George Washington University’s Program on Extremism, and Alberto Fernandez, who previously headed up the State Department’s counter-messaging campaign…

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    Communicators with Daniel Kreiss

    Professor Daniel Kreiss, author of Prototype Politics: The Making and Unmaking of Technological Innovation in the Republican and Democratic Parties, 2000-2014, talked about the use of…

    202 views
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    Alberto Fernandez on Countering ISIS Propaganda

    Alberto Fernandez, who previously headed up the State Department’s counter-messaging campaign against ISIS*, talked about U.S. strategy to counter violent extremism. A recent video from the State…

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    Millennial Reporters on Campaign 2016

    Millennial generation reporters in Philadelphia covering the Democratic National Convention talked about the impact of the internet and social media on the way journalists cover campaigns…

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