Laura Galante: Are All Of Us Vulnerable To Fake News? Technology allows us to choose information to support our beliefs. In this new reality, cybersecurity expert Laura Galante says, it's easier for foreign governments to influence public opinion.
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Laura Galante: Are All Of Us Vulnerable To Fake News?

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Laura Galante: Are All Of Us Vulnerable To Fake News?

Laura Galante: Are All Of Us Vulnerable To Fake News?

Laura Galante: Are All Of Us Vulnerable To Fake News?

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Part 3 of the TED Radio Hour episode Truth And Lies.

About Laura Galante's TED Talk

What makes us susceptible to fake news? Laura Galante says its our ability to choose what information to believe - something foreign governments can use for their own benefit.

About Laura Galante

Laura Galante investigates how states, intelligence services, and criminal groups utilize cyberspace to pursue their own interests. She is the founder of Galante Strategies, an organization that assists governments and corporations in responding to cyber and information threats.