Stanford University

For The Fake News And Misinformation Law And Policy Lab Practicum

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    12 Months
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Stanford Law School’s Law and Policy Lab teaches its students how to find solutions to pressing policy issues. Under the guidance of faculty advisers, students counsel real-world clients across a broad range of areas, including education, copyright and patent reform, public enterprises in developing countries, policing and technology, energy policy, etc. The Policy Lab assembled an interdisciplinary team to investigate how "fake news" and misinformation spread across internet platforms such as Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, and Google. The Policy Lab also explored efforts taken by these platforms to mitigate these issues.
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366 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA, 94305, United States
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