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The Berkman Klein Center is launching the Assembly: Disinformation program, which will take up disinformation in the digital public sphere from a cybersecurity perspective, exploring the challenges and possibilities of innovative public and private sector responses to disinformation and related problems of foreign interference. This program represents the evolution of three prior programs at the Center: the Berklett Cybersecurity project, Techtopia, and the Assembly program, a joint initiative with the MIT Media Lab.

“What we’re aiming for is not a technical hack, an overbroad legislative proposal, or a set of high-level principles, but rather a platform for honest and outcome-oriented conversation and co-building between experts, students, and entities in the disinformation space.”

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Assembly: Disinformation

The Assembly: Disinformation Program brings together participants from academia, industry, government, and civil society from across disciplines to explore and make progress on…