The first Silicon Valley, now the Aspen Institute, is now. Prince Harry joins the prestigious nonprofit as a member of the new committee against misinformation.
The Duke of Sussex will be one of the 14 members of the Information Disorders Committee whose job starting April will be to conduct a six-month study of U.S. misinformation and misinformation. . “The information crisis erodes trust in democratic institutions and affects the foundations of society,” said Chris Krebs, one of the three co-chairs of the committee.
In addition to Harry, the commissioners also have other prominent names such as Kathryn Murdoch, wife of James Murdoch, son of tycoon Rupert Murdoch.
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