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Professor Michal Kosinski, Post Doctorial Scholar, Stanford University

Professor Michal Kosinski is a computational psychologist and big data scientist who received his PhD in Psychology from the University of Cambridge (UK) in 2014, and spent a year as a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Computer Science Department at Stanford University. He is currently a Professor at the Stanford University School of Business. Kosinski is the creator of the MyPersonality app that led to the largest dataset of psychometric scores attached to facebook profiles. His research findings have been widely published in academic and media outlets, and in 2014, he was listed among the 50 most influential people in Big Data by DatalQ and IBM.


Rosie Gray, White House Correspondent for The Atlantic

Rosie Gray, White House Correspondent for The Atlantic, began her career as a Weekend Writer for Village Voice Media, and quickly progressed to Staff Writer covering politics, before being picked up by BuzzFeed in 2012. During her five years at BuzzFeed, Gray covered two presidential campaigns as well as foreign policy. In January 2017, Gray was hired by The Atlantic, where she has heavily covered articles around President Trump, Breitbart, Steve Bannon, White Nationalists, and a vast array of other political topics in her role as White House Correspondent.


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David Carroll, Associate Professor, The New School

David Carroll is an Associate Professor of Media Design, and Director of the MFA Design and Technology graduate program at the School of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons The New School for Design. His research and expertise is in digital media, and software and interaction design as social engagement. His work crosses multiple fields of art, design, education, sciences, humanities, and policy among both private and public-interest enterprises.


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Carole Cadwalladr, Author & Journalist at The Guardian

Carole Cadwalladr is a British journalist and author formerly with the Daily Telegraph and The Observer, and is currently a feature writer for The Guardian covering primarily political topics. Cadwalladr has been leading The Guardian’s coverage of Cambridge Analytica, money in politics, President Trump, and data usage in the democratic process with particular attention on Facebook.


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Tad Devine, Media Consultant

Thomas 'Tad' Devine is a media consultant, and former Senior Advisor for the Sanders for President campaign, and current President of Democratic media consulting firm, Devine Mulvey Longabaugh Media. Since 1993, Devine has worked as a media consultant – writing, directing and producing television and radio advertising for leading Democratic and Independent candidates in the U.S. and providing strategic and media advice in Europe, the Middle East and Latin America.


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Brendan Fischer, Lawyer, Campaign Legal Center

Brendan Fischer is the Director of Federal and FED Reform at the Campaign Legal Center. Fischer’s prior experience provides expertise in campaign finance, government ethics, lobbying, and political transparency issues, and he is a frequent commentator for national and state television, radio, and print outlets. He has also spoken at conferences and events nationwide on money-in-politics issues.


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Sebastian Mallaby, Council on Foreign Relations

Sebastian Mallaby is a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, contributing columnist at the Washington Post, and author of The Man Who Knew: The Life and Times of Alan Greenspan, and More Money Than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite. He was a contributing editor at the Financial Times, and has also written for The Atlantic.


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Kathy Frankovic, Pollster & Political Analyst

Kathy Frankovic is a Pollster and Political Analyst with over 30 years of experience. Frankovic joined CBS in 1977, retiring from the company in 2009 after covering eight presidential elections as CBS News’ Director of Surveys. She is a co-author of "The Election of 1980" and “The Election of 1992” and holds a Ph.D in political science from Rutgers University.


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Ben Tulchin, Political Pollster & Strategist

Ben Tulchin is a political pollster and strategist, and former pollster for the ‘Sanders for President’ campaign. Tulchin has provided research and consulting services to a wide range of clients across the country including government agencies, candidates for elected office, ballot-measure campaigns, corporations, and foundations.


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Paul-Olivier Dehaye, Ph.D Mathematics & Cofounder of PersonalData.io

Paul-Olivier Dehaye is a Zurich based mathematician with a Ph.D from Stanford University and fellowships at Oxford University and ETH Zurich. Dehaye specializes in big data and technology. He is the co-founder of Personaldata.io which is dedicated to developing services that help individuals access and control their personal data.


Real Money. Fake News. Your Data.

This explosive documentary showcases how Trump won the 2016 Presidential Election. Discover the actions of billionaire Robert Mercer and media mogul Steve Bannon, from curtailing conservative media so that it would form to their ultra-conservative fake news, to utilizing Cambridge Analytica to buy voter information from Facebook and market to voters with highly personalized dark posts.

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