Join us for a webinar series organized by the Program on Democracy and the Internet (PDI) at Stanford’s Cyber Policy Center (CPC). The webinar will take place every Tuesday, starting January 10th from 12 PM - 1 PM Pacific Time.
This winter quarter, we feature a variety of speakers who will discuss working papers or projects at the intersection of free speech, democracy, security, and digital communication technologies. Our speakers include those who focus on policy to others who concentrate on empirical work around cyber issues.
1/10 - Florence G'SELL - The Impact of Blockchains for Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law
1/17 - James X. Dempsey - Cybersecurity Enforcement: If Government Regulation Is Going to Increase, How Will It Be Enforced?
1/24 - Alexandra Siegel - How Exile Shapes Online Opposition: Evidence from Venezuela
1/31 - David Lazer - The emergent structure of the online information ecosystem
2/7 - Becca Lewis
2/14 - Dr. Marie-Elisabeth Paté-Cornell
2/21 - Tongtong Zhang
2/28 - Talia Stroud
3/7 - Claire Wardle
3/8 - Dr. Chun-yi Lee
3/14 - Matt Gentzkow
3/21 - TBD
These virtual zoom sessions are open to the public but registration is required. You can register for single or multiple sessions.
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