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UC Berkeley Experts on the Problems Created Due to Disinformation

On this episode of Berkeley Talks, UC Berkeley experts talk about the problems created due to disinformation while also discussing the possible solutions to curb the spread including bolstering local news media and government regulation of big tech companies.

The scholars in the panel included, Geeta Anand, dean of Berkeley Journalism, Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of Berkeley Law, Hany Farid, associate dean and head of the School of Information, Susan D. Hyde, chair of the Department of Political Science, John Powell, director of the Othering & Belonging Institute, Moderator Henry Brady, former dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy. The panel discussed that government policy is not a viable solution to the problem of disinformation and the problems created due to disinformation, rather a multi-pronged strategy was required.

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