- Rappler CEO Maria Ressa recently had an insightful discussion with Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex
- They were also joined by Renée DiResta, the research manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory
- During their conversation, they talked about combating disinformation and how social media platforms have allowed for the spread of misinformation
- The discussion, which ran for over 25 minutes, was a special edition of 'TIME100 Talks’ by Time magazine and news website
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Rappler CEO Maria Ressa recently had an insightful conversation with Prince Harry and Renée DiResta in a special edition of TIME100 Talks.
In the 25-minute discussion moderated by the Duke of Sussex, Ressa and DiResta, the research manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory, talked about combating disinformation and how social media platforms have allowed for the spread of misinformation.
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The discussion was a special edition of 'TIME100 Talks’ by Time magazine and news website
The TIME100 event, called "Engineering a Better World," was hosted by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex.
It brings together experts, advocates, online creators, and journalists to “discuss the pursuit of a more compassionate, safe, and trustworthy digital world.”
This features some separate discussions with professionals including Ressa, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian and Center for Humane Technology president Tristan Harris, among others.
Rappler CEO Maria Ressa was one of four journalists named Time Person of the Year in 2018. She was also included in the Time 100 list of the world's most influential people in 2019. Likewise, in March this year, she landed on the Time's list of the most influential women of the century.
Months ago, the Manila Regional Trial Court has released its verdict regarding the cyberlibel case of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa and former researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos Jr. on Monday. The court said that Ressa and former researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos Jr. were “guilty” of the case.
Former United States Senator Hillary Clinton has then expressed her support for Ressa. She said that Ressa was convicted for just doing her job as a journalist in the country.
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