I take interviews and write op-eds in order to constructively outline the challenges faced by our information ecosystem, and to explore approaches to mitigation. While much of the media attention has come from worry about emergent threats, my goal is to also highlight bright spots—examples of approaches and initiatives that we can be learning from and supporting.

Op-eds
Harvard Business Review.
Is Your Company Ready to Protect Its Reputation from Deep Fakes?
Outlined reasons why the business community should care about “deep fakes”, and why we all need to work together on mitigation.
November 8, 2018
The Washington Post.
In a digital reality, who can we trust?
Provided a high level overview of the societal impacts of advances in audio and video manipulation (“deep fakes”), and what can be done about it.
February 22, 2018
Sample profiles and quotes
United States
The Atlantic.
The Era of Fake Video Begins
April 8, 2018
BuzzFeed News.
He Predicted The 2016 Fake News Crisis. Now He's Worried About An Information Apocalypse.
Dystopian overview of where we could be headed if we do nothing. Millions of views; translated across multiple languages.
February 12, 2018
United Kingdom
Germany
Jetzt (Süddeutsche Zeitun).
Aviv Ovadya warnt vor der "Infokalypse"
May 6, 2018
Brazil
Australia
India
The Week.
Facebook saga poses questions on social media credibility
Quotes on tradeoffs of privacy, security, portability in the largest circulated English news magazine in India.
March 29, 2018
Japan
Interviewed for both the Yomiuri Shimbun (newspaper with largest circulation in the world) and Mainichi; both published in summer 2018.
Broadcast
CNBC.
Interviewed live for seven minutes about the congressional tech hearings and the future of misinformation.
September 5, 2018
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
The fight against 'deepfake' videos includes former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul
The top radio show in Canada, with 2 million listeners.
July 20, 2018
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This is just a sampling of what Google News says are "around 400 mentions"; though some of those may be wire service duplicates. Other US coverage includes Fast Company, the Los Angeles Times, Vanity Fair, Nieman Lab, and the MIT Technology Review. Other countries with coverage include Argentina, Aruba, Austria, Chile, Columbia, Denmark, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Qatar, Spain, and Switzerland.