Fixing public discourse, safeguarding democracy, and preserving a civil society
Nikolas Guggenberger, executive director of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, will discuss how social media platforms exploit our attention, privacy, and behavioral autonomy beyond sustainable levels. This leads to side effects, like political polarization, hate crimes, mass surveillance, and data leaks.
This fee-free talk is co-sponsored by the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research and the Maurer School of Law.
What: Resolving the online tragedy
When: October 10, noon–1pm
- Maurer School of Law, Room 335 (lunch provided)
- Video streaming to Luddy Hall, Room 3006 (lunch provided)
Video streaming to ICTC Room IT 395 (lunch provided)
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