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Facebook's CEO take to Capitol Hill, but leaves plenty of questions in his wake
The integrity of our democracy depends on expanded campaign finance laws to ensure foreign powers cannot funnel money into our elections.
There's still much more to do.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal exposes the mistake in allowing companies like Facebook to self-regulate in the first place.
So far, no part of the government has done anything to strengthen protections against foreign political spending. The FEC's proposed new rules could be an important first step.
We are not doing enough to shore up states’ vulnerable voting technology.
Tracking all the charges Mueller has filed is like a walk through a white-collar crime index.
Part of the art of information warfare is that fabricating storylines isn’t a prerequisite.
Congress hasn’t taken steps to prevent foreign powers from buying political ads on the internet. But states like California can take the lead in protecting our elections.
Mueller's indictments describe a sprawling Russian scheme to sow discord in our elections using social media. The platforms now have a duty to protect our democracy through reforms.