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Over the past year, American society has endured several transformative and polarizing cultural shifts. In an unprecedented turn of events, we witnessed the third presidential impeachment trial in history, a racial justice movement of unmatched proportions, and a global pandemic that has taken the lives of 300,000 Americans and counting. These intrinsically political issues have riveted public attention and exacerbated the existing ideological divide, in part due to an excess of false and misleading information circulating on social media platforms.

At long last, the misinformation problem has become a topic of public debate. Members of Congress on both sides of…

Anna Callahan

I mostly write about tech policy, freedom of expression, and equity in the digital world. –––––––––––––––– COMM + CS @ Penn

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