Silicon Valley Correspondent Education: Columbia University, BA. ; Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, MS. Lizza joined The Washington Post as Silicon Valley correspondent in 2016, becoming the paper's eyes and ears in the region. She focuses on social media and the power of the tech industry in a democratic society. Before that, she was the Wall Street Journal's first full-time beat reporter covering big data, AI, and the impact of algorithms on people's lives. And before that, she covered housing and immigration in DC and New York. Honors & Awards:
Winner of the 2017 Overseas Press Club Bob Considine Award for "Behind the Firewall" Series on Silicon Valley China
2010 Finalist, Livingston Award for Young Journalists
2009 Finalist, Livingston Award for Young Journalists
Languages spoken in addition to English: Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew
The pages, which promoted the “Stop the Steal” effort and other misleading messages about voter fraud and the election, were removed over the weekend, while the former top Trump strategist’s account was frozen.
Trump's power on social media gives him the opportunity to do something rarely attempted by the men who previously held the nation’s highest office — keep the national gaze fixed on himself as a new chief executive tries to command the national stage.
The campaign and its aides have tapped a network of new and existing Facebook pages, groups and events — some of which have hundreds of thousands of members — to rally people in public this week around the unfounded belief that Democratic candidate Joe Biden is attempting to "steal" the election
The false and misleading claims, which drew rebukes from Twitter and Facebook, were also echoed in approximately 9 million text messages sent by the campaign over the past 24 hours, according to an anti-robocall firm.