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Glasnost! Nine Ways Facebook Can Make Itself a Better Forum for Free Speech and Democracy

Timothy Garton Ash, Robert Gorwa, and Danaë Metaxa

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Can Democracy Survive the Internet?

Nate Persily, James B. McClatchy Professor of Law, Stanford Law School 

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Who Do You Sue? State and Platform Hybrid Power over Online Speech

 

Daphne Keller, Director of Intermediary Liability, The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School 

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Who Do You Sue? State and Platform Hybrid Power over Online Speech

 

Daphne Keller, Director of Intermediary Liability, The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School 

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Glasnost! Nine Ways Facebook Can Make Itself a Better Forum for Free Speech and Democracy

Timothy Garton Ash, Robert Gorwa, and Danaë Metaxa

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The Role of Open Source Technology in the Battle Against Fake News

Hilary Sun, Stanford Law School 

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Studying the Real Ramifications of Fake News

Sarah Mahmood, Stanford Law School 

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The Voting Technology Problem

Margot Adams, Stanford Law School 

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Social Media Echo Chambers & Democratic Discourse

Helen Lawless, Stanford Law School 

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Internet Immunity, Fake News, and Asymmetrical Action

Thomas Davidson, Stanford Law School 

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Antidemocratic Effects of the Internet & Social Media: A Survey

Taisa Goodnature, Stanford Law School 

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A Structure to Counter Fake News

Travis Trammell, Stanford Department of Management Science and Engineering

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The Mixed Promise of Public Broadcasters in Combating Fake News

Jared Crum, Stanford Law School

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Can Democracy Survive the Internet?

Nate Persily, James B. McClatchy Professor of Law, Stanford Law School