Carole Cadwalladr, Covid-19, and the fight against collective amnesia
At the start of the pandemic, the UK government’s suppression of data prompted Carole Cadwalladr and her colleagues at All the Citizens to found Independent SAGE, a group of scientists who shadow official government scientists. Now, as the UK hurtles towards a June 21 reopening that now looks unlikely to happen, the group’s findings are more concerning than ever. On this week’s Kicker, Cadwalladr, a feature writer for The Observer, and Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR, discuss what US journalists can learn from the UK’s Covid fight, and how misleading euphoric Covid-19 coverage in the US has become.
Carole Cadwalladr and Yael Eisenstat on The Criticism of Tech Criticism
Big Technology Podcast
Carole Cadwalladr and Yael Eisenstat are two of the most prominent Facebook critics worldwide. Cadwalladr is the journalist who broke open the Cambridge Analytica story for the Guardian and The Observer. Eisenstat, a former CIA officer, worked on election integrity inside Facebook for six months before quitting and speaking out against the company. The two Facebook critics join Big Technology Podcast to discuss some people’s disenchantment with tech criticism, the role of Facebook’s Oversight Board, and how the company might fix its product. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/big-technology-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Carole Cadwalladr | Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook's role in Brexit & a revealing lunch
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Who are the Central Figures in "The Great Hack?" Meeting Carole Cadwalladr
Factual America Shorts
We live under the spell of big data. We give the big tech firms access to our personal data and they shape our lives without us even knowing it. This includes how we choose our leaders. Award-winning directors and producers Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer join us to discuss their film The Great Hack, released by Netflix last year. The Great Hack observes the actors in the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data scandal surrounding the 2016 US presidential election. Full episode and show notes: https://www.alamopictures.co.uk/podcast/the-great-hack/ Subscribe to Factual America: https://linktr.ee/FactualAmerica Follow Factual America: YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter
SHA' PTA' - Wonderful Women Wednesday Carole Cadwalladr How Social Media Effects Election
This Wonderful Women Wednesday features British Journalist Carole Cadwalladr as she explains in several interviews how the power of social media not only affected the outcome of the 2016 election, but how it is affecting the 2020 U.S. election. She talks about how it targets voters and also affects your everyday life. A recent example is how social media had thousands of fake black Trump supporters. Yesterday, Twitter halted an unknown number of fake accounts. I hope you enjoy the narratives, which explains what episodes are about, as well as the graphic attached to each episode, which I diligently search for to match each episode. WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY? Sources: Morning Joe Show Live on MSNBC, Women In The World on YouTube, TED Summit 2019, Forbes.com Follow us on Twitter: @AdvocacyLadies Podcast Email: email@example.com Org. Email: Ladiespromotingtransparentadvo@gmail.com Podcast Call-in Line: 404-855-7723
What Can We Believe? With David Attenborough, Carole Cadwalladr, Alan Rusbridger, Vanessa Nakate, and Rutger Bregman
Who Cares Wins with Lily Cole
Building on the conversation from the previous episode, Lily investigates how our public awareness is shaped by the media we consume. Lily speaks with Carole Cadwalladr - the groundbreaking investigative journalist who broke The Facebook–Cambridge Analytica scandal; as well as Alan Rusbridger, the former Guardian editor-in-chief and member of the Facebook Oversight Board. Lily also hears from Ugandan youth climate activist Vanessa Nakate on how she uses social media to draw attention to marginalised voices; and David Attenborough on the importance of television for growing environmental awareness. The episode concludes with a thought provoking conversation with historian and author Rutger Bregman about our negativity bias, and why perhaps, we should simply read less news.With thanks to the Radio Times for giving permission to use the interview with David Attenborough, and to Hay Festival for their permission to use the interview with Rutger Bregman.You can find out more about the themes touched on in episode, as well as many others in Lily’s book, Who Cares Wins, which is out now in hardback, ebook and audiobook.Waterstones: https://bit.ly/30OsUtrAudible: https://bit.ly/3jwS8UHApple: https://apple.co/2XT7TvM Please find a reading list from our featured guests:David Attenborough's new book, A Life on Our Planet:Waterstones: https://bit.ly/30HCjCOAudible: https://bit.ly/2FyV3g5 Carole Cadwalladr’s Ted Talk:https://www.ted.com/talks/carole_cadwalladr_facebook_s_role_in_brexit_and_the_threat_to_democracy?language=pt-brRutger Bregman’s latest book: Humankind: a hopeful historyhttps://www.waterstones.com/book/humankind/rutger-bregman/9781408898932 Music featured in the episode by Cosmo Sheldrake: Wriggle and Wake Up Calls, featuring recordings of endangered birds in Britain. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Carole Cadwalladr: The Dismantler of Disinformation, on Facebook and the election
The Dissenters with Debra Messing and Mandana Dayani
This week’s episode of The Dissenters Debra and Mandana sit down with the dismantler of disinformation Carole Cadwalladr, a world renowned investigative journalist who rose to international prominence in 2018 when she exposed the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal. Produced by Dear Media.
A discussion on disinformation with Carole Cadwalladr, Ben Nimmo, Jane Lytvynenko
The Frontline Club
The dark art of using disinformation to sow discord is nothing new, but social media and political funding simply mean that false news now travels faster, deeper, and further than ever before.From Cambridge Analytica to voter manipulation in the 2016 US Presidential election; from alleged Russian interference in the Brexit referendum to the growing influence of bots on social media, and a surge of conspiracy theories around Covid-19 circulating around the globe, seemingly no-one is now immune.
Carole Cadwalladr on Tech Titans and the Coming Elections
Carole Cadwalladr is the investigative journalist who broke the Cambridge Analytica story for the UK Guardian, the Observer and the NY Times. A 2019 Pulitzer Prize finalist and a prominent voice of caution to big tech as we head into a 2020 election season. Carole was the 2020 Esther Wojcicki Visiting Lecturer, her spring lecture focused on the abuses she found and the prospects for the next Great Hack. Her perspectives and research have strong implications for elections this year and beyond. In conversation with UC Berkeley lecturer Deirdre English.
Carole Cadwalladr and disinformation at the ballot box
Facebook, Google, and Twitter are going to be used to facilitate disinformation and racism in the 2020 US presidential election, and Carole Cadwalladr says we need to tell that story better. At the recent “Disinfo 2020: Prepping the Press” conference, Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR, and Cadwalladr, a feature writer for the Observer who helped expose the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal in 2018, discussed her work and the connection between the Brexit referendum and the election of Donald Trump.