The 2016 U.S. elections saw the weaponization of information with unexpected sophistication and on an unprecedented scale. Russia, Iran, and others have continued to refine this tradecraft.
Journalists increasingly find themselves caught in the middle. How can you cover news that comes from a cyber attack or suspicious sources? Are there better ways to examine its credibility and consider the motivations behind its release? What comes next in the age of modern information warfare?
The FDR Foundation will host an introductory exchange with journalists on some of the key skills and strategies they can use when navigating these issues.
Event in cooperation with CNN. By invitation, only.
September 5, 2018