The truth shall set you free, so they say. In a world of notorious “fake news,” what can be done? Is regulation a viable remedy? Can social networks that are used to spread false information do anything to help?

These were the questions facing a group of renowned media attorneys and experts during a panel discussion at Legalweek 2018 in New York on Thursday titled “Fake News Eats the World: Protecting Speech, Evaluating Truth & Validating Our Decisions.”

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