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Hacking Democracy: Power and Propaganda in the Digital Age

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and the and a bit ticket to and this on so let me introduce
both because you've got this far of achieved international fame in 1985 when he became the world's youngest chess champion at 22 you lotus position and so he retired in 2005 the
chess master is also known for his protein critical position as being the founder and chairman of the pro-democracy organization United Civil Front
as far of has been a figurehead in the opposition of prudence governments please give a warm welcome thank
you thank you any extensively researched and reported human rights violations and that well in many countries including Iran Azerbaijan and even the they he was a senior technologies and research at Amnesty International and 3 so as a senior research fellow citizen Lab University of Toronto is also the cofounder of security without borders and was selected by full of the money that's under 30 honorees 2016 he's given not the
and so I don't know if it will work with very nice and 1 of the most the the and the afternoon thank you much only for the introduction conduction but and
not to say that they're I'm quite familiar was a topic discussed today it because I guess it was my idea that lot that I grew up to I so that you know and and and spend a considerable my life in increasing literate return Russian so well but also probably was kind of a blessing because I know what is to be fun because it's really is uh and um now what we're seeing is that the techniques that have been part of the um but Soviet system and produce Russia or other non-democratic countries is thinking the seller being spread around the world and will of course will talk about about on our attendance and sometimes very successful attempts of output is review or other I non-democratic regimes to but push their agenda in the free world by using are varied acknowledges that invented by in the free will and their own and the formal various I want to make sure that we can clearly understand the all the consequences of of of governments having access to and these modern very very powerful very I'm intrusive technologies and and it's so it goes without saying that the power that is uncontrolled without without the checks and balances are always tries to be due to
the expanding and the it's more about institutions of them protectors of individuals and those who think that it's fine
for say above all and on appeal to have I user access to the necessary lives programs on and that c you thinking that it will be OK for safe from under 10 and the 3 they're part of a problem because they they again they try to seperate between individuals not recognizing that there is the fundamental problem always always
the sum of fall probably is of the government and they're having said that I still would you make make very clear that it's not it's not just about the collection of data but it's also what what can be done with data and that sometimes we are making a general assumptions we know that media is biased to some use of water left-wing
candidates and is right again this would bias is not censorship and assume values when you have a port oversight it's not persecution and the corporate data collection have it's mortgage that's and there are just few slides I wanted to share with you what is the it's a
press freedom that so when you disagree is free yellow is a not free and red is bad but as you can see who is not doing well and if you recognize that you know it's it's visually that bad because America Canada Australia be but when you look at the absolute numbers but they are quite devastating is the 2nd year of decline in the index of freedom of speech and today as we speak as as the city were sent a wall population leaving the countries that are of that of that have freedom of speech so long and that's why it's it's vital because well know that the freedom of speech is is you have to control the E not checking the government and and and all free us protection but that's not what surprisingly that presses called also the 4th branch Fulbright brush Apollo and that what is most amazing now this is this is the 1 we see at this map and especially if you look at this at at at this progress of all it is a decline it has been going coincided with the spread of information so we did it sounds like a paradox because in the red you make compared to the printing press which you could essentially help to pro true up from 0 to a new ideas and the successes century was vital to our for the success of reformation and so how come that when people have access to a more information they you know they we we we all that the actual freedom of speech is being decline and the trick is that the the government of from non-democratic countries they realize that they can use but in the red for manipulations and they can actually create a new of neutrons that indeed that of being presented as as their own tools for spreading information they actually have lead to build its ability to understand what's what's really happening and moral or war and then you miss out devices they are allowing governments up to go off to people to find out of those war on spreading dissenting views and which do 2 of prosecute them and that's 1 of the this 1 of the big issues that I'm sure will will I discuss today is the is a double standard on the behavior of big corporations that all of them are expressing their concerns about individual
privacy in the free world but at the same time I can plot ready to comply with reporting regulations economies like Russia and China or elsewhere but to by protecting their business and endangering at the same time the light real life of people who walk relying on this knowledge is to spread spread them this now just a quick illustration how but not the red regimes in in this case could do so we use this technology to have have the agenda uh that's the both and so what is interesting about about this 1 or this book that's all are talking about the southern that's all 4 our Russian ambassador United Nations developed should be interesting thing is that when you look at the history of all these people that they have been supporting Donald Trump but different you know was under different names like the proper deplorable the prompt of older it so it's quite amazing that this that from voters cold they suddenly express such a great interest you III the death of Russian ambassador but in the in the United Nations and that of it's also interesting if you follow that if you had a chance to fall the elections united states so by you could see that the um but how the alliance that have been frost adopted by coming propaganda in Russian they been gradually moving into the into the sum of English I wish that in any of the Websites happen more what to we the accounts of Facebook accounts I pretending that it's it's it's a massive it's a massive support for 1 candidate while in fact you can you can find out that most of these accounts they the all went back to just 1 to 1 our master but and this is also interesting that's how you get you know that the ways you can identify this account of course if you follow build bunch of account and you can see that an American who voted for obstacles breaks it OK support the band OK but suddenly the same account supports of some other stuff or invasion Ukraine then you ask questions how come you know so it is a very compassionate I want to see or um and that it is also important do just remember that is and put it in while only not only 1
of my very public Twitter buttons a group but a lot so the point of modern propaganda isn't only the missing full or into gender is to exhaustive critical thinking like really troops the
that's you know that's a very different way but to but suppressed but suppressed critical thing the article free to what was use of you when we had no access to you formation by
the newspaper probably called truce with an irony or general what now is abundance of information you did it would be a flock of news that that somehow works in the opposite direction because the little 1 truce and then zeal useful ways of to life and that's 1 of the 1 of the classical ways how they're being used by and by put this propaganda that's a story about and like 17 the Malaysian a Malaysian um in the boys as shot by Russian missiles in Ukraine and that from the very beginning it was very clear who did it that instead of simply no denying you or just presenting one-story Growling came up with many still and sometimes these stories could be shown on Russian television 1 after another 4 is a love story told about Ukraine missile another 1 about the brain and jet fighter then there stories about the plane carrying the board is that water drop that would drop the notably Russia for but it doesn't matter how many stories they came up with what is very important that they created a massive I of block of of art M of these there is information that's simply we made many people are unaware of 1 issue for the full for the truth so and I think it's it's now it's time for us to realize that it's and it's something that we have used this is not something that will go away because success a it's it's a best that them but in example to be date and since that protein and I and the light soul was successful on implementation of their of their of there were a furious and then
eventually up practical and actions Frost the Russia 2 the demolished Russian opposition leader 2nd innate neighboring countries namely at that responding to southern 7 and then elsewhere so that's why everywhere including this country you all our subject for campaign of misinformation and that and I hope that you will realize that this is the details of the route
threads that will require combined response from the public government and
corporations to understand how we're going to deal with with this right that might seem to undermine the very foundation of all the thank you thank you very much very proud of my and then it can be yeah the everyone yeah so the Lebanese lights but a little bit of speech I sort of as we said the manipulation of of the public
opinion clearly isn't anything new and that is generally achieved by repeating over and over a specific message in the public or in the media to install a particular narrative that serves someone or someone else's interests this commonly manifests with in catch phrases which just like in commercial advertisement that is repeated endlessly into it becomes permanent with a for example with the blood his hands rhetorical was used against node and we're seeing a recently in the UK with the coalition of scales which is being used from the conservatives against a position and was an accomplice of times with prompt 3 116 election in order all Walker happens on so the public listen Emmentaler consumer of of political advertisements and social media has become to some degree an extension of this in the sense that today's Internet economic incentives to foster an environment of of click painting and an instant gratification which while was cannibal originally leverage for online advertisement and and money making it as purely turned out to be also a perfect for for catchphrase politics and vertical in a moment like this of of a resurgence of populism and on which social media Media become increasingly a primary platform for the consumption of information is also clear become field where propaganda misinformation displayed as they're just explain but the Internet is a space vacuum it's it's quite simply a reflection of society with all the goods and bads that come with and would much talking on fake news which quite frankly personally I think is a term that should be abandoned and and bots social media but I think proceeding at concerning trend towards sort of techno fit federalism that finds and technology a scapegoat for significant societal issues that as a result in books some kind of darkness solution is in which is quite just as problematic for example we're seeing some movement toward the regulation of content online for example in Germany where it is my understanding that a
law was passed enforces finds of tens of millions of euros to companies failed to enforce some appropriate filtering of continent encountering a fake news promise that is a complex phenomenon that require a deeper indicators starting study to fully understand there is no
solid indication yet of what is the measured the impact of taking using box and while they might very well at some entry does it is imperative that before implementing for wasn't and controls so we have a good and documented view what is the nature of this phenomenon and in of these problems firstly the enough these are issues that need to
be analyzed also in in in the geographical and social political context in which they manifest the impact of such phenomenon so there
might be fake news and in of false news John news and and and and read about it will differ between a repressive state which serious dangers involved
in political manifestation and see a democratic country where the effects are already less visible and these different might warrant different
reactions in different countermeasures firstly it's it's reassuring to know that humans are still leading the political debates and on a matter of false news for example Facebook recently stated that while and what we knowledge on going challenge of monitoring and guarding against information operations which use the term foreigners false news and and propaganda online the reach of non operations during the US election of 2016 was statistically very small compared to the overall engagement and political issues that thing that's a
positive analysts in regards to the French elections instead the Oxford University published a paper that says that the distribution of news or social media and interrupted first-round not following um and found that I quote again the largest proportion of content ventured of commuter what by should wait for the user is interested in French politics comes from professional news organizations information from political parties government agency in other experts is also being used still 19 . 6 per cent of the content being
cured involves other kind of political news and information yet the largest proportion of that continent's not junk use but citizen generated content and I'm only that but he also state for example in regards to bots that by
candidate it appears that most of the candidate at roughly the same number of poly ultimate accounts generated traffic about them and yet these automated traffic amount to roughly 7 % of the total all that is to say that we need to step back a little and look at it would perspective in order to find appropriate and proportionate solutions a responsive and by X I anxiety and panic is unlikely to be a constructive 1 newborn 1 want to bend up in a place where companies instead of ports on the public
opinion are entitled to decide what is right for Kant and what isn't and by transition we don't want to trade regimes of over censorship because it is not by filtering you know that resulted bigotry and populism and that in manifest issues additionally we might not realize that when implementing certain restrictions or control over some technology licensing threatening to us that we might cause an
unintended impact on the lives of utterance in other parts of the world for example tracked down right anonymity online and enforcing service providers to police that which is not something that is being discussed as a way to counteract 3 departs from will essentially mean for example that some human rights activists in another country will not be able to do their work safely online just because they're not able to use pseudonyms anymore
that said it is important that the public is 1 informant is not this in well we get to the point where social media will in fact be the primary source of news and marked by my reading we're not quite
there yet thankfully I the real answer the decisions will have to be education and media literacy technology can't be trusted technology needs to be understood and we need to make sure that
especially generations of come will be prepared to enter in the political life of the right understanding of how technology works and how social media and the media in general work another can be influenced and to make sure that they're part of the value and would be way selectively seek diverse inaccurate information and that is not just a response to the issue of false news but it's really is just simple requirement for nurturing open minds there are however some consideration the need to be made to ensure that the technology and the Internet can contribute positively rather than negatively to the betterment of society firstly we need to rethink online advertising and which besides being a toxic market that is prerogative individual right of privacy is also a key enabler of the priests the dynamics that united we just talk about them and will continue discussing it is online advertising after all the primary cause of the dating with all the consequences and brings 2nd we need to engage with the back giants and require an opening what the system and systems of logarithmic decision-making we just cannot relies on systems that are not select prioritized and and provide information uh that operate in ways that would look a lot like states at the trade secrets and even if those like Britain decisions might not be an immediate issue right now and they're very likely will be in the future
and as we know rolling back technology which had been in place for years is extremely hot and we broader should make sure that we build them would all the ethical and social considerations in mind from the very
beginning my 1st of a couple of minutes I just want to make 1 last remark which is often the topic of of propaganda and access to information speak for a moment what a true hacking of elections as we technologies under standard and that is that the hacker of in electronic voting machines machines as big as comic them again in the last years a potential threat to the integrity and and legitimacy of democratic elections the good news is that for example the American elections did not get hacked the bad news is that particular electronic voting
becomes more proper future ones might very well be and I as many other friends in the header communities community have always been a
ham and your post to the use of electronic voting machines and and for good reasons firstly electronic voting atoms to solve a problem it just doesn't exist with existing structure using paper ballots we normally get a preliminary count a a matter of hours already the benefits provided more ultimate ultimate dies counting process not only questionable what they simply do not outweigh the risks that are that are at the gravity of the receiver and essentially we just don't have abundant logic is better than the the right now electronic voting machines are normally proper during closed systems with a stack of layers that means both hardware and software for which the integrity simply cannot be guaranteed and again we would have to trust that technology paper ballots on the other hand not only are extremely hot right jacket scale but the custody encounter heavily relying not trusting anyone by involving multiple and diverse people overseeing the process which is being
overly audited for for decades now on top of a list of all of these were starting to see discussions and in some places in adoption of only voting that that to me is just complete madness reach I don't think is it necessary to spend any words understood this is just crazy enough for itself so Germany as Benedict on
but in 2009 is understanding that is great to keep it that way is however a problem that is really in many other places and many more Boston it's a possibility that could creep back announced in the future at any time in 1 not being presented as a concrete reason yet it is exactly moments like these with localism 1 extremism on the rise there might be some see would might the bigger incentives in attempting to really somebody democracy and for that we shall be prepared thank you
few thank you very much tell you so we have about the minutes left fighters is detonated anyone anytime you questions I'm going to have a couple of states before after kind help to come around and said microphones that whether races and and makes the cell visible I'd like to start bit of a different place we jump right into the topic of Russians influence on Western democracies and and influence of controllers and other technical and procedures on that I'd like to begin a different pace by Gary I'm sure you familiar with the idea of linguistic relativity is the concept that the language you speak with around it you have have you
experience farm also effects and the speaker's view of the world how do you think assuming 1 of the languages staff
had to think that has influenced your view the world
hi after me there was the thing about using the language uh so there while I'm listening to your to form your formulation of the questions I think yes it was a way of self-expression so what by doing something like chess work the the the end result justifies not more the whole game and you preparation so it's all about winning or losing so what the devilish it's a character I think it's and it's not just you know the the means of expression which is in these cases the specific language but also the end result so it's it's not just the process that led to the sum of the final result that will eventually prove whether you or on the decision making in the process was correct or not so I you tend to view many things that involve based on my experience with more than 10 years ago I can was a more how likely the just where try to translate my chest experience in EU the general but this to formal I'm really interested to see if we can manage to tie this back at the end of of the is the fabric
impact perhaps under different strategies which choose far political activism calculate like to ask you the same question and I do the technical language since the influence your
view the world and so I hope not in the sense that my hope is that having a good understanding of technology doesn't make you look at that society through the lens of technology but order helps you looking at the knowledge into the lens of society meaning
and the having like a weighted technocentric approach to like you know the the public sphere and the world generally it it's not a very positive thing in my opinion it should be kind of the reverse where like society should should influence searches should like change reviews about technology for atomic senescence on and so let's jump into the topic a
little bit I'm going to use a quote that you and I gave which is the chess is a game of certain rules in uncertain outcomes with politics in Russia is a game of uncertain rules and certain outcomes and which isn't a very strong position the and so
and in a very naively asking the question I why this strategy that seems very often if you follow discussions in different media and for a great of our articles on this is that it might not seem the most this on refined strategy of exercising power and influence over the world look 1st of all I always feel uncomfortable when people try to compare protein of
the state of the chess players I feel that I have to go to come to rescue the integrative my i'm because just as the Harrison transparent data so you give me see the resources that are available for you all for your support and we don't know the intensity of worn by the you know what they use due to do harm our to you or to protect against your friends became don't
operates because there's dictators
performances so that's why I was referred to compare protein analyte to book a place because of you can have either we can but you can we can think of some you gain if you blow off if you raise the stakes and if you have strong and the old it as doing it's
it's our whole strategy it's a simple tactical game of survival for you to survive the muscle strong that's
that's a rule number 1 for and the data they can make it is stated that lot because indicator the which we feel is being taken over by his own products now what can data do we have the colonies countries falling
apart as in Russia or prices or on 50 dollars a barrel it will never go back to 100 so Russia was running the deficit at this time I will do is make the cops also for student housing on education all ever except
military and security and propaganda as a war bond so he has made and the support of the season confrontation was a free world are a core element of domestic problem so if I understood you correctly in your opening remarks the difference between cold war
times in the proper candidate was seen today is the she mass and of noise
being created by this not only the the
whole war was a fight between 2 futuristic visions of the future I'm
I'm not here to defend division from the Soviet side it was a fake it was utopia but at least wasn't attempt to present something that you will will work in the future that's why so that you made massive investments in space program a competition produce rushing of competing with a free world it's a have product what the cult of that it's all about as being surrounded by the global evil and all the ladder put in the white knight and defend Mother Russia gaze that uses global of global conspiracy so that's why prudent doesn't sell and an ideology putting basically is looking for a fringe groups that can help his agenda which is to spread the chaos of spread Dalits and if the late critical thinking and that's why you can go equally too far left or the far right in saying that attacks that you European Union nature the unity of of them over the country's war for you so that's why is equally comfortable with the better knowledge show was
not a 4 hours and and that the mean of generally poor in war with any of you were doing the job right and patio he said already that and according to your own research in estimations on this is not necessarily just technological issue which will be
about and that automated communication is just a fraction of the issue that we're looking at
myself like reading up on on the topic 1 has the feeling it's rather the issues that were facing an army of people rather than an
army of automated technology the Is that a correct impression you saying I think it depends on the context and on the country and that the issue of you propaganda line and and box and and so on it's not uniquely Western assure you see reflected in many other places it changes depending on which way is looking at some some of the research that I wrote for example in the recently pointed out for instance that while there is in some cases a level of automation and might be a certain contracted to a few few accounts the large following that have been created and nurtured over the time to you spread this message in other cases you have the floor not American army of bonds and other cases for example in in China there is some researchers have pointed out that and there exists 1 equal to 50 cent army which is literally a a large number of people employed to spread the regime messages online and the allegedly 50 cents per message he has remained constant so it really depends on the agenda of both the
linear with the an example of Jessica arrow keys and finished I think John journalists who and this has been writing about and Russian politics but also the phenomenon of Russian trawlers and she said why these very well
reported publicly vocal cases and something was extremely attacks and is then followed and at least a merciful also journalistic non non-technological perspective these attacks and when you listen to has speaking
and 1 has the idea at the desert of an army of people line army of automated bot radiates lash out every journalist in every country around the world in a national language and
that makes also so it seems that the crazy like how is this fall on the look of
it is all crazy if you look at the at the ratio of investment and so it's much
cheaper than they're buying TV ads and most people what also the important is the huge amount huge finite amount of the nobility so you do these things but technically you can always denied is about I and it's so effective because you can simply downgrade any debate and I have OK maybe consoles of for us as a measure of whether the issue raises is important because I know that when I put something there so the moment I say of
of trolls attacking the and a by the way I have a good good measure because I I have my we note that
in social boson Russian English and it a similar text with the same lines understand what comes from but this is again this is the way they decided to to have term or debate on open debate into a culture so that's that's that's why it was so successful because it's much easier to destroy it's not much debilitated debate that makes us a reasonable points and many people good people they see this how this will just don't there and is walk away this is the this is the whole point and what is the the sense of
course whether it's fiber was of course is still very cheap compared to anything else that you can do with this 1 so you again and stereo is there are that have you know it was said we need to collaborate to overcome this phenomena level was easy said is that other programs full of people like himself instance working with people like Jessica what the
kind of cooperation between technologists human rights advocates and people who were the targets of such training activities I mean that this sad reality is that journalists mob mob to all
the time everywhere regardless of what happens online and offline and so the the
obviously exists in the numerous organizations and network work to support them and as you of a free press limited Reporters Without Borders a great number of them the can of new reality of of these threats and mobbing happening online is and now we have to more interviews with letters like the tech companies and the giants and so on and that's also because you
point out that at least at times that is like a gap researcher so often are very
ready to assume I this is coming from then on this the fact that very little data to back up these assumptions and there never had any many cases out there that had seen what we said changes in a having named and 1 is an
example of you induce gives
us a new and old in in different ways right in the sense that the technology behind running this contains is not new it's called as I was saying has been existing for a while as a way to leverage all and advertisement and defrauding it to some degree so the technology itself is old what is new and and and I was saying it's undecided and requires greater scrutiny is does your application of it in the context
of a more democratic elections journalism dying fretting actor actor this online and so on and that needs more and more studied understand this new dimension and make what is the
impact of on so you will require thing quite some time before we get a good understanding of how much of a threat is and how better to contract and there are open to the
audience in just a minute I'm just here what really
kind of some of the stuff we also reading your description for the session in a couple of some of the things that we talked about in preparation that west so
incredibly stuck in the old world order like I am at time of the cold war I grew up in a in western and and and and it just seems sometimes really bizarre to me that it seems that none of these power structures have changed hands and in fact a rather even
regressing and that it would be
so I get that question is if the stock position there are a lot of common enemies 1 could sail common challenges
gravity and instead with of regressing into as a changed with this will
this here so strong position with this is that
is I'm really annoyed when I hear lot 1 of the social issue more than user Jožef style in 1948 and you you you probably was really so when Americans and Brits opposed by takeoff attempt take you know united 48 I just use the telling me now that led point is still repetitious right is a pale shadow of so you under Stalin or or his successor it's what we haven't yet states discussing his
influence of the alignment and I will put exactly because there's a lot of political will
here because you don't have people were ready to take take a stand against you if you compare of 1948 or 1962 or even 1979 today the free world has the overwhelming
military and economic advantage or all of the unfree free world so
just you know look homework quarters allies he could find and they
control half of the half of you their allies across all what is Alice they fuse
below cost around but less up so the whole rest world is falling apart current a
radius because as they call complacency
don't try don't try to cover your in the size of his complacency very often covered this boat abide by so called strains of identical to he's doing it out of desperation he does not have the same the power
or the same network of people what he has he has a lot of money and yes
you knew what was he also weaponize refugees how the weapon I stress but that's not the same threat that was that was in 1948 of 60 toward 979 not
any X and Y this confrontational approach then right then I seek for more cooperation my pressure not if it's actually a week as a position as he suggest reaching out to other palace and creating new allies that really alienated as well because I just said can distribute let into doesn't care about strings it was Russia will sustain power yes so much blood on the sensor so much corruption he hears the work to go he
will stay there until he's been kicked out and he knows all the way to state policies to step of confrontation that's why he committed crimes Ukraine that's why Russian troops committing genocide in Syria that's why will go in you will want to make sure that that his position in Russia if is that and have
a high that protein is living in what what will take it to the town to show to show that he is we took always bluff the to
make you would like to use if lost in France and you you also hold a hope you'll lose enjoyable you use losing you now in the United States that's that's definitely would use his position rush again I
had 1 question before opening the audience because it is activated by and saying last in
France I think that this suggestion as the complete undermining of our democracies is a danger in itself we live in a day with people are alienated from their states and from politics
and whether people like this engaged in people do not care where the majority of people do not go to go
if we keep suggesting this idea of this deep status tangible how
is that we cannot influence and control as citizens it has not been in vain model interesting moments now as the
best is that though it so the statement and
all was supported would then there's official loan cold and cold of manually you was plus
and from millions of viewing settling the last step that's the state yes all the old was supported produce pollutants actions you great Mellish old is he's he's has been argued
that the borders you can be can be a revised so
3 of the 4 leading candidates More basically property so and the 1 1 so I said that wouldn't that those recall solver for further when are running out in front plots is that N and N in your statement and also in some of the statements that I have cracked the
suggestion our influence on our western democracies today I find it's a very critical 1 because in the end it is still a popular these countries making the decisions voting and by giving them the idea that they had been checked and
forward and not and control under encouraging this idea that people are actually
not as not want how of eating into what consisting away through that as well
no actually will bring the mean so what's
happened the Hall of 1 year ago 1 devoted during the referendum for Ukraine that has been initiated by Lewis and Xue is we is that useful for Moscow so the per cent of Dutch holders of showed up and since the process applauded possible possible at the Dutch elections 81 per cent sure that turnout
and he looked less than 40 per cent so it's we show the results of was success and breadth dual successful in the other forever to be some alleges Europe and of course in the United States now people realize the danger people realize how the used to be called negative advertising is war use they work and they have more actively engage the news that
we see more active engagement of people we see now and there is is awakening people are paying attention to the DB in the judiciary to the separation of power American press now we just use really do we have the administration and creates a good example for the rest of the world look again at the way that have say
that before we continue the debate at the at the a lot of hands going up so let's have a fast and that's come from you
and to we have at least 1 or 2 more people going around microphones always has such a big group please these strategy which number the 1 thing we have like the ones which some of these they were bringing new microphone sizes and Michael had however
questions musical style and 1st 1 is the think that would you will try to influence the German election this year and how can we as a society prepare and the 2nd question is how do you expect any surprises for next year's presidential elections in Russia thank you the answer was yes
please blessings rate now it's as if they're always like asking public opinion do you think of what today is Monday or Tuesday so this
is this will affect student has been doing it for years and that they had been tried desperately to merge art Russian voting block here because of many Russian speakers will vote lectures with organizations like the Gita and a of the it those are the facts and you can't look at Russian propaganda in Russia all you gotta look at the Russian control media Germany would be doing of course he is aiming at local because he knows that she's instrumental to be sensed either often call the last man standing that big so
removing model is the number 1 priority and produce not in hiding its that's what Russian government as doing now as 4 lectures in russia I think
I overheard you that elections Russia is is a daily calendar so this is when people technically Gigo and and and that but proved what gravel look where you know because of course results which the analysis from already said that they're heading for soulful 7 2 7 2 4 2 7 wasn't around 70 % supported and lady of
Athens thank you and again acknowledged abbreviated and we rely use this and my question as we have seen young
Russians coming out after binding was publishing you know that the site about corruption cases around is make if is there digital educated generation of young Russians willing to pack Russian state as a form of a position thanks very much for this question because that's you
know that's also adds to my argument about soulful strains of generally what we saw on March 26 and just a few weeks ago on massive demonstrations and lesson that was really massive because was some people here this l was also this thousand people mostly so this allows people in loss scary to more than 5 million here because they don't the with knowing that they could be arrested or beaten and a something terrible can happen to them this is not the demonstration police protects you his work with dosages and that the fact is that most of these people about hundreds of across Russia young people tells you that we have a new generation problem Millennials that are not affected by Kremlin propaganda when channel 1 channel general 3 but they are following Alex volley and other leaders only the red and it gives us hope that they realize that it produces them all forced no future and that means that regime is is inherently weak that what we knew already and they're running out of funds running out of money because plugin has to
make sure that he's only got cronies are happy so that's why you always takes 1 from the Treasury Anderson's among them so from from a it's it's
all the matter of consumes still movies from the moment if you look like a loser I'm sure many things Latin Russia because no matter how strong the data looks like today it all of a sudden I will say that bad news and good news bad news I don't know when and how to do leave the office the good news you'll also doesn't doesn't 0 that things and thank you
for your presentation I'm I will have a question about diversity and inclusiveness
and like get some the the 2 panels accordion until the end I would be interested to hear more about how we can create inclusive communities to be able to push back stronger against some of the top-level state force whether it rather actors answer because trough ii whether you've been quoted saying women by the nature or not exceptional chess players and I wondered if this actually for couldn't your view of the geo politics and use of geostrategic relations in the thought that actually for the solution is not just a push against had pushed back against strong man in authoritarian states but also the view have more women um and more diversity inclusion this into the
general democratic and to a
system and we would maybe start feeling female candidates instead of milk and and this is the
use of this technique and I think
my on moving toward a more positive outcomes can the charter repeat said Matt endowment about finding again
so the questions asked on the side of the panel was how do we create more and inclusive and diverse communities had we work together to strengthen and yet democratic powers to step up against what was speaking here on stage and I think the questions are directed to you is still we
focus all all you all of your energy to look this 1 but I targets foolishly not try to see how how we need to have other strategies which is to build up new leaders especially female leaders to take the place of the wants of criticizing today yeah on that you
1st with the question was again how do we create communities the diet that has steadily would have building out of halibut step towards what we see
today that's how instead of some million-dollar question in I'm mean the understanding
of a really good answer to that in the sense that training you know
effective inclusive and diverse communities is already a problem in and of itself but along that make it so good enough to you know to stand against followers and and defend focuses on generally than than about obstruct a little and say what I think is important is that
there is currently a can of effort in in abandoning some of em up a few words to resist issues and and starts to beginning you communities as exist a little all around the world in
analyzing these problems and we're talking about this this decides to time to find them without reason into analyzes issues being you know by aggregating technologies with journalists and artists and so on in communities like this to discuss these issues in decompose the in or that we can't understand why after we've done that then we can devise ways to make so that these committees can can hold his followers to count on but you know other than that of normal true of the million dollar and I think I would like to add that I think we need
to stop perpetuating the idea that we all palace victims in the sciences of the then and give people a feeling that they can be gained agency to influence the world live
then rather build up a stration I fear and mass out others I I'm of
puzzle to receive a question about that but also of
inclusiveness and helping females to take for political positions in the country where feel leader is probably to be sued to become the longest soft leader of the country is the use of modern during I don't think it's about special inclusiveness it's about conditions it's about applying the same standards to all members of society and it's not about the release of of France it's not about the United States so we should look at the global map and realize that we should we should stop pretending that there are double standards in the United Nations warrantable Saudi Arabia chairing the Council of human rights and criticizing forms of Israel for violating the rights
of women you know I think is a so many things that are just you know that making many of the wall institutions in the laughing stock so we just have to understand that whether we like the
country or dislike what is all our knowledge we have to look for universal universal some of whom are rules that will that will stick to
I applauded Chancellor model not that cover go ahead with his so the rate Beagle that's the way you have to act because we are in we have different rules and we don't know but the problem was that was that lady will use Ward inclusiveness for their own purposes have they have different rules fine but we
don't we want to spread rumors that are helping all people to get it and if something is persecuted woman for driving we should say what of what we think about it without trying to pretend that this is national but this is the exact that that led them do solutions
so our have a few minutes last nite everyone a close off topic question if you allow me so I have 1 more question seeing that
our is already mentioned we have elections in Germany here and see that we've talked a little bit about
Wincanton's stuff what's local attraction to this audience local attraction to Republican army book riding in this country we
are now seeing that so the results of of cantons and years of war and there are if we talk about the use and and boldness and influence of this and negative advertising on on the on the on the population here Germany and I think it's very important that the ability of people in this audience to influence public opinion and also to what to call these blocks and to our our review of the book that operations will be vital to make sure that the election will be German elections without massive interference of this body that has a very clear agenda anaconda Stella gender and negative agenda which is not just John Legend is an agenda to destroy European Union and undermine the democratic process to pretend that democracy is nothing but a cover-up and to divert
attention of people in Russia on other non-democratic countries about their own problems from their own problems of the last half hour as such a well and of a discussion of the Onsager not sure if you feel the same but somewhere between the divergent political belief systems and wild speculations and it's been a very exciting ride I would like to close with a completely
different question which is that's and next year and we always have that as being the the year of Science and this year it's the topic of submarine and we have a lot of very exciting installations and talks about the ocean and digital technologies and next year it's going to be the future of work and as you L 1 of the few human beings who has already made the experience of being and like to say see replaced by Joe
robot in his job which is a future that all of us we are facing here so I'd like to ask if you have any advice for all of us who have yet to experience this book to 2 so that the
along the 1st marginals so what this and this and then idea has replied to which
the sole outside the numbers that being seriously so I just lose 1 you will be
reading was right after 20 years I you have to cover the story it's it's available in English and which we will give German so and and and in fact here I'm pretty optimistic about of all future because I always say machines will not make us obsolete all complacency much so it's about us we still have plenty of things at all we can do and when people they all this is the ideas and it's reconcile all jobs look machines replacing old there is form of labor it is useless civilization which is replaced for variables machine replace manual label machines that we are going got to people's college degree and to do their accounts but it's the same process is it's it's nothing new so when I think by the way it's x news because every profession
must feel the pressure of the child otherwise the humanity will cease
to make of the men making making progress and I think
that it's it will push us to be many great things that we abandon white space exploration also was which is great things that of a risky but machines will leave us with no choice but to find all complacent a wonderful positive says it's a French and
the fact that I just want to say to relax because the motions of not looking over the books of not
taking over you were still or the ones that hold or at best news to some degree and the function you're pro-democracy still depend on us so not fuck it up and collections make the right choices and regardless of all of these issues do then you need to be analyzed and decompose but do not fall into the euro because that's exactly the programs that they have 1 of the things that you thought
that it was not thank you you burn a lot of them are
thanks and
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Titel Hacking Democracy: Power and Propaganda in the Digital Age
Serientitel re:publica 2017
Teil 199
Anzahl der Teile 235
Autor Kasparov, Garry
Guarnieri, Claudio
Bastion, Geraldine de
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DOI 10.5446/32984
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract The internet’s ability to create and share information can be exploited to churn out a sea of misinformation or build large bodies of intelligence through the extraction of private data. As reports have long stated and reporting confirms: both state and corporate actors are leveraging social media and news outlets for their own political advantage and commercial profit – areas where legal boundaries and awareness are poorly defined – or transgressing against their institutional functions and causing huge collateral damage in the process. Political propaganda and cyberattacks have global reach, low costs and high deniability – but be aware: tracing and attributing sources is hard if you...

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