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Tuesday, May 10, 2022 from 4:45 PM to 6:30 PM.
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Despite the internet’s many benefits, today’s tech structure has created inequities in the online economy, and social media’s role in eroding trust and incentivizing the spread of misinformation has been proven.

On May 10, the McCourt Institute will host Ethan Zuckerman, associate professor of public policy, information and communication at the University of Massachusetts, and director of the Institute for Digital Public Infrastructure, for a keynote on competing visions for the future of social media, and conversation with Bruno Patino and Julia Cagé on the evolving structures of information-sharing in the public space and how to chart a better path forward.

The event is open in-person to Sciences Po students and external guests and will be live streamed on the McCourt Institute website publicly.

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