The Digital Impact New York City conference brought together leaders from New York and around the world to explore the possibilities and responsibilities for civil society in the digital age. The "Digital Civil Society and Democracy" conversation sparked a collective discussion about the combination of threats to civil society and democracy that arise from algorithmic bias, privacy challenges, and the political economy of digital assembly and expression.
Speakers: Kate Klonick (Resident Fellow, Information Society Project, Yale University), Alex Abdo (Senior Staff Attorney, Knight First Amendment Institute, Columbia University), Rachel Goodman (Staff Attorney, ACLU Racial Justice Program), Dhruv Mehrotra (Eyebeam; Courant Institute of Applied Mathematics). Moderated by Rob Reich (Faculty Director, Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society).
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