Renee DiResta is a Mozilla Fellow in Media, Misinformation, and Trust and a Staff Associate at Columbia University Data Science Institute. Renee investigates the spread of disinformation and malign narratives across social networks, and has advised Congress and the State Department on the topic. She was the lead author on one of the Senate Intelligence Committee-commissioned reports on Russian interference in the 2016 election. Renee is a 2019 Truman National Security Fellow, a 2017 Presidential Leadership Scholar, a Harvard Berkman-Klein affiliate, a Council on Foreign Relations term member, and a Founding Adviser to the Center for Humane Technology. She is an IDEAS contributor for Wired.
Presentation: Disinformation as a Cybersecurity Problem