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Fighting fake news is a losing battle, but there are other ways to win the war.

Fighting fake news is a losing battle, but there are other ways to win the war.

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the next iteration of technology applied to politics will be a huge leap forward with a greater ability to target people... address each of the 156 million of registered voters on the US with personalized messages.... a falsehood delivered in a personalized way is likely to be more efficient but less visible than a blatant lie put on Twitter; it will have a long lasting impact.... In 2020... the implementation of critical technologies, like artificial intelligence and hyper-targeting to further spread manipulated information...
The failure of US and EU leadership... Europe failed to embrace its role as the chief digital regulator. With remarkable consistency, Brussels bureaucrats keep aiming at the wrong target... deploys privacy regulations whose effects are uncertain on users protection, but the annoyance is obvious. But the E.U. leadership has yet to address Facebook’s toxicity to the democratic systems by limiting political ads

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