The 37-year-old Duke of Sussex crossed the pond last year with his wife Meghan Markle, 40, and son Archie, two. After ceasing to be working members of the royal family and moving to California, the royal couple welcomed their second child this June: Lilibet Diana.
Although they are no longer formal members of the firm, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have begun to embark on public commitments and advocate for problems in the United States.
Most recently, Harry contributed to a report by a group of American experts on misinformation and posted it on the website of Archewell, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s foundation.
He described the “crisis of misinformation and misinformation” as a global humanitarian problem.
The real continued: “I look forward to seeing the substantive and practical recommendations of our committee taken up by the technology industry, the media industry, policy makers and leaders.
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“It’s the constant blows and the constant blows that turn their backs on people.”
The royal expert was referring to the duke’s “blows” to social media companies and journalists whom he called “pirates with press passes.”
The report urged “substantial” investment in local journalism, more diverse workforces in social media companies, blaming misinformation disseminators, and creating a government “national response strategy” to combat misinformation.
The report said: “Information disorder makes any health crisis more deadly.
“It slows down our response time to climate change.
“It simply came to our notice then.
“It creates a culture in which racist, ethnic and gender attacks are seen as solutions, not problems.
“Today, misinformation and misinformation have become a multiplier of forces to aggravate our worst problems as a society.
“Hundreds of millions of people pay the price, every day, for a world messed up by lies.”