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It spreads through social media and message boards. Through television pundits and talk radio. And in each day conversations, in each individual corner of the globe. Disinformation can adjust minds and fuel movements. But is it an unstoppable power? How can we resist a torrent of falsehoods and distortions?
Be part of Sarah Silverman, comedian and host of The Sarah Silverman Podcast, and Situations reporters Kevin Roose, Sheera Frenkel and Davey Alba as they untangle the roots of disinformation, and the effects it has on our planet.
We’ll listen to from persons who emerged from radicalization, such as Caolan Robertson and Caleb Cain, who was profiled in the current Occasions podcast “Rabbit Hole”. And we’ll evaluate how a number of courageous readers interact with news on social media — with help from David Rand, a professor of management and cognitive science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technological know-how. (Want to take part in this phase? You can uncover all the details soon after you register.)