37 min

Democracy and Reality with Ulrike Klinger and Jeremy Kinsman The Open Canada Podcast

    • Politics

Social networks have become agencies of disinformation, warns co-host Jeremy Kinsman, asking how citizens can manage their democracy when they are being exposed to such different versions of reality.
 
The former ambassador is joined by Ulrike Klinger, professor of digital democracy at European New School of Digital Studies and associate researcher at Berlin's Weizenbaum Institute.
 
Visit OpenCanada.org for reflections on Canada’s place in the world. Special thanks to the Konrad Adenauer Foundation for supporting The Open Canada Podcast.
 

Social networks have become agencies of disinformation, warns co-host Jeremy Kinsman, asking how citizens can manage their democracy when they are being exposed to such different versions of reality.
 
The former ambassador is joined by Ulrike Klinger, professor of digital democracy at European New School of Digital Studies and associate researcher at Berlin's Weizenbaum Institute.
 
Visit OpenCanada.org for reflections on Canada’s place in the world. Special thanks to the Konrad Adenauer Foundation for supporting The Open Canada Podcast.
 

37 min