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London / Washington (AP) – Prince Harry (36) is concerned with the spread of false information in the digital age.
As announced by the American think tank Aspen Institute, Royal will now participate in a commission, looking for ways to get out of the crisis of faith in which major institutions such as the democratic system and media are located in the United States.
According to a release, Harry said, “We are buried in today’s digital world under an avalanche of misinformation that affects the ability of the world to live as individuals and societies.”
Harry and his wife Meghan (39) moved out of the inner circle of the British royal family last year. Among other things, he complained to sections of the tabloid press for improper reporting and attacks on his privacy. He now lives in Santa Barbara, California with his one-year-old son Archie. The couple are expecting a baby girl in the summer.
The 15-member commission, called the Information Disorders Commission, is due to begin work in April. Members include former world chess champion Gary Kaspero and daughter-in-law Rupert Murdoch, Katherine Murdoch, daughter of American media.
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