Fake News and the Internet: Origins, Problems and Solutions

The Italian Society is delighted to invite you to:

Fake News and the Internet: Origins, Problems and Solutions 

with Marco Camisani Calzolari, University Professor and Strategic Advisor in Digital Communication

Tuesday 6 February, 6.30-8PM

LSE Clement’s House, Room 7.02 
(265 Strand, WC2R 1DH)

This event is free and open to all however registration is required at the following link.

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We look forward to seeing you there,

The Italian Society Committee

Speaker Biography:

Marco has been involved with the Digital industry since 1994, namely, as University Contract Professor in Digital Communication & Transformation and Fake News/Propaganda, in addition to being a prominent Keynote Speaker and Writer on the subject. Originally born in Milan, Marco, a well-known media personality, now lives in London and has become a British citizen. Marco is also a Digital Advisor for important multinationals such as Henkel, Roche, Atlantia, Danieli and so forth. As a Digital book writer, he has authored several publications on Digital Strategy and he is a regular contributor to many magazines inherent to digital-related topics, as well as various national TV and Radio channels where he is a long-established name, always hosted not only for his distinct competence but also popularity with the public.