Social Media: We Know There Are Problems, But What Are The Answers?

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Tuesday, March 19th, 2024, 5:45 - 7:00 pm EST

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Commissioner Ellen Weintraub

Ellen L. Weintraub is Vice Chair of the Federal Election Commission, where she has served since 2002. During her tenure, she has served as a consistent voice for meaningful campaign-finance law enforcement and robust disclosure. She was one of the authors of the FEC's first internet regulation.
Ellen is a native New Yorker with degrees from Yale College and Harvard Law School. Prior to her appointment to the FEC, she was Of Counsel to the Political Law Group of Perkins Coie LLP and Counsel to the House Ethics Committee. Her writings and media can be found at FEC | Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub and her social media handle is @ellenlweintraub.

Yaël Eisenstat

Yaël is a Senior Fellow at Cybersecurity for Democracy, working on policy solutions for how social media, AI-powered algorithms, and Generative AI affect political discourse, polarization, and democracy. Previously, she was Vice President at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) heading the Center for Technology, where she led ADL’s efforts to hold tech companies accountable for hate and extremism on their platforms. Prior to joining ADL, Yaël spent 20 years working around the globe on democracy and security issues as an intelligence officer, diplomat, special advisor to (former) Vice President Biden, Global Head of Elections Integrity Operations for political advertising at Facebook, and head of a global risk firm. She has been widely published and provides commentary to numerous news outlets. Articles and media can be found at her website

Alejandra Caraballo

Professor Alejandra Caraballo is a Clinical Instructor at the Harvard Law School Cyberlaw Clinic, which is situated within the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. Her background is in LGBTQ civil rights litigation, including as a Staff Attorney at the TLDF. Her passion for technology led her to seek work more directly involved with the intersection of law and technology.


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