Political campaigns take place in an increasingly digital world. Candidates, parties, and outside groups use platforms such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter to contact voters and shape public opinion. But concerns about false news, undisclosed advertising, and foreign interference loom large. Join us as representatives from digital platforms discuss the policy changes they are making to address these issues and Republican and Democratic digital strategists share how they will be campaigning in the digital world in 2018.
Global Politics and Government Outreach Director, Facebook
Co-Founder and CEO, Acronym
Professor, Stanford Law School
Partner, Targeted Victory
Director of the Democracy Project, BPC