Editor’s note: This article grew out of work done in our Georgetown University class on national security and social media. The class tackled an array of questions related to how hate groups exploit social media, exploring issues ranging from privacy and human rights concerns to technological and legal barriers. Working in teams, students conducted independent research that addressed a difficult issue in this problem space. —Dan Byman & Chris Meserole
Fiona Singer is a senior in the School of Foriegn Service at Georgetown University, where she concentrates on the overlap of foreign policy and technology. She has done extensive work on disinformation on big tech platforms, as well as conducted her own independent research about internet privacy by interviewing privacy experts in six countries, across four different continents. Her career goal is to build more ethical and user-centric technology products.
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