Nina Jankowicz's fingerprints on report cited by Kamala Harris's online task force
Added 06-21-22 03:23:02pm EST - “The fingerprints of former Disinformation Governance Board Director Nina Jankowicz are all over a new report repeatedly cited by the White House when establishing a new online task force led by Vice President Kamala Harris.” - Washingtonexaminer.com
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The fingerprints of former Disinformation Governance Board Director Nina Jankowicz are all over a new report repeatedly cited by the White House when establishing a new online task force led by Vice President Kamala Harris.
The Biden campaign announced in 2020 it would convene such a task force, and on Thursday, it fulfilled that promise with the establishment of the White House Task Force to Address Online Harassment and Abuse.
The “fact sheet” accompanying the announcement, along with statements by senior administration officials, pointed to a State Department-commissioned report that Jankowicz was interviewed as an expert for and that repeatedly cited her 2021 report “Malign Creativity: How Gender, Sex, and Lies Are Weaponized Against Women Online.” It also pointed to her 2022 book How to Be a Woman Online: Surviving Abuse and Harassment and How to Fight Back.
The themes outlined in the White House’s launch announcement are nearly identical to those in the new report and in Jankowicz’s cited writings.
The new report was titled “Technological Threats: How Online Harassment of Female Political Figures Undermines Democracy.”
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