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“From Russia with Likes” is hands down the best title of any podcast I’ve ever been part of. ❤️

But more importantly: while election integrity is a critically important facet of the problem, understanding how modern computational propaganda manifests is bigger than one country.
The issue is broader than elections, broader than Russia. Comp propaganda is enabled by a new infrastructure for speech and connection, and by velocity and virality mechanisms - specific design choices to facilitate a business model - that spread memetic content far and fast.
Hopefully folks find this convo interesting, particularly after the Mueller testimony yesterday and Part I of the SSCI report coming out today. Thanks to @tristanharris and @aza for the thought-provoking questions.
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