In 2016, approximately 62 percent of Americans accessed news through social networking sites. Both the US and UK experienced political movements last year that underscored how these platforms spread fact and fiction—and the ability of citizens to know the difference. When clicks drive commercial value, not truth, unsavory incentives for content providers emerge. Is technology accelerating our retreat into divided camps? We’ll ask how social media platforms and content providers might also provide solutions to challenges of civil discourse and responsibility in the digital age.