Clinton launches CDDRL’s Global Digital Policy Incubator

On Oct. 6 former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton provided the keynote address at the launch of the Global Digital Policy Incubator (GDPi), a new initiative that is part of CDDRL’s growing suite of programs focused on the study of democracy and digital technology. To an audience of over 500 at Stanford University, Clinton discussed the growing threat of cyber warfare and issued an urgent appeal to combat the growing phenomenon of fake news to repair our democracy. Clinton was interviewed by Eileen Donahoe, GDPi’s executive director who is leading the initiative together with Larry Diamond, CDDRL’s former director and a Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.