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Discussion: How do we keep elections free and fair in the era of big data, social media and cyberwar?

A discussion on what digital technology means for our democracy and how to keep elections free and fair in an era of big data, social media and cyberwar.  Organized by thePanel, a not-for-profit based in Ottawa.

Host Mercedes Stephenson moderates a conversation between: Bernadette Jordan (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Democratic Institutions), Hamish Marshall (National Campaign Manager, Conservative Party of Canada), Marlene Floyd (National Director, Microsoft), and Fen Hampson (Director, Global Security and Politics Program, Centre for International Governance Innovation).

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