Last month, Mark Zuckerberg announced that for his 2019 personal challenge, he’d host a series of discussions about the future of technology in society. Today, he shared the first of these conversations with Harvard Law Professor Jonathan Zittrain. They cover information fiduciaries, encryption, decentralized services, governance, fighting misinformation, different business models, privacy innovation and future research areas. You can find the video, transcript and audio file below.
July 9, 2020
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