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False statistics can spread around the world in an instant. Politicians are open to manipulation by hostile government hacking. Masses of data on citizens is widely available and open to surveillance and misuse. How can politics and government keep up? With social anthropologist Beth Singler, Law lecturer Nora Ni Loideain, author George Zarkadakis and Will Moy from Full Fact factchecking charity.

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