In this episode of Studio B: Unscripted award- winning Filipino reporter Maria Ressa and Cambridge Analytica whistle-blower Christopher Wylie go over the weaponisation of details and how social media threatens democracy around the world.
In 2012, Ressa established the digital news platform, Rappler, now especially understood for its difficult examination of the Duterte administration and his questionable”war on drugs” She is currently dealing with charges of scams, tax evasion and cyber-liber, in what she states are politically encouraged prosecutions.
Ressa was consisted of in the Time’s 2018 Individual of the Year as one of a collection of reporters combating phony news.
Wylie is a Canadian information researcher, who worked for Cambridge Analytica, the business that was captured collecting information from millions of Facebook accounts and utilizing it for political marketing functions. His discoveries caused the biggest information criminal offense examination in history.
In July 2019, Facebook was fined a record $5bn for breaking customers’ personal privacy.
With effective stories and insight, our visitors go over how they happened on the cutting edge in the fight for truth and how speaking up can have huge individual expenses.
The views revealed in this program are the visitors’ own and do not always show Al Jazeera’s editorial position.
Studio B, Unscripted is a free-flow discussion in between 2 visitors and a little audience, without any mediation, no MC, no TELEVISION speaker – concentrating on what brings all of us together and how we can deal with and go over a few of the big concerns of our time.
Source: Al Jazeera