Next week, Wired magazine will host an event where the Duke of Sussex will speak out about the internet lie machine. 

Prince Harry, 37, who is currently living  in his $14 million mansion in California having stepped back from royal duty last year, will speak in a session at the Re:Wired summit on November 9.

According to the online description, the session is called “The Internet Lie Machine”. It details: “As social media algorithms reward shock values over reality, as media propaganda, online hatred, and media propaganda run rampant, we need to ask: How did we get here? 

“We’ll hear a top authority on the rise and fall of digital propaganda. A foremost civil rights advocate who understands misinformation and racial injustice, and a global leader who is taking aim at misinformation in pursuit to a new age of truth.

It is unknown what fee the Duke will receive for the appearance – last year, experts predicted he and Meghan, 40, could earn more than £1million each time they do a speech after signing up with an elite agency.  

The Duke of Sussex, 37, is set to speak out on the 'internet lie machine' at an event organised by Wired magazine next week

Next week, the 37-year-old Duke of Sussex will speak out at an event organized by Wired magazine about the ‘internet lies machine’

The description of the event read: “What is the real cost of a lie on the internet—to ourselves, our communities, our societies?  

Prince Harry, introduced as the co-founder of Archewell, will be among the three speakers at the event, alongside by Renée DiResta, technical research manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory, and Rashad Robinson, co-chair of the Aspen Commission on Information Disorder and president at Color Of Change.

According to its website, the summit “will feature a series of discussions between technologists as well as people who think hard about what those technologies mean for society, economics and, ultimately, our future.”

The event will take place on the same day as Meghan, his wife, who is scheduled to speak at an online conference hosted by the New York Times about ‘women achieving economic and professional parity’ 

Prince Harry, 37, who is currently living in his $14 million mansion in California having stepped back from royal duty last year, will speak in a session at the Re:Wired summit on November 9

Prince Harry, 37 years old, is currently living in California in his $14 million home. He has stepped back from royal duty last January and will speak at the Re:Wired summit, November 9

Prince Harry continues to speak to media outlets that he and Meghan love, even though he has been launching new attacks on the media. He also gave extensive interviews to Oprah Winfrey and Dax Shepherd. 

His latest appearance comes weeks after he used a live video message to launch an assault on the media and lecture on inequality in a surprise speech to VIPs including Piers Morgan hours after the ex-GMB host won a thumping victory for free speech over Meghan. 

The Duke used his big screen speech to blame those who ‘paddle in lies and fear’ through the ‘news media’ and social media for vaccine hesitancy. 

Piers Morgan, MailOnline columnist, was on the scene. After Ofcom had ruled that he hadn’t broken the broadcasting codes for his comments about the Duchess of Sussex in her Oprah interview, Piers Morgan was watching. 

Speaking from the US, Harry, who referred to Britain as ‘our nation’ in his address, delivered a chiding speech urging governments to do more to vaccinate poorer countries, warning ‘until every community can access the vaccine and until every community is connected to trustworthy information about the vaccine, then we are all at risk’.  

Prince Harry, introduced as the co-founder of Archewell, will be among the three speakers at the event (pictured, the online description of the event)

Prince Harry, who is the co-founder and CEO of Archewell will be among the three speakers. (pictured, the online description of this event). 

Last night, Prince addressed his star-studded London audience from Montecito, which is more than 5,000 kilometers away from London. He spoke about’media misinformation and the importance sharing vaccines. Professor Harry was later presented with the Heroes of the Year Award. Dame Sarah Gilbert and Professor Catherine Green with the Oxford/AstraZeneca team.

After being invited on the the stage by Harry, Professor Green told the crowd: ‘I promised Sarah I wouldn’t get too p***ed, and I promised I wouldn’t swear, but there was no f***ing chance of that because I’m so starstruck’. After Harry’s live speech at 11pm London Time (3pm LA Time), Mr Morgan left the scene at 11.15pm and presented the award.

Mr Morgan’s ITV colleagues, along with a number of respected broadcasters, praised Ofcom’s ruling affirming his right to free expression after 57,000 complaints were dismissed about his criticisms of Meghan Markle. 

Senior British journalists stated that the judgment had’reinforced’ a pillar of freedom in the UK. 

Piers was there with his wife, Celia Walden, at the GQ event. The broadcast watchdog in Britain cleared him sensationally after he stated that he didn’t believe a word of what Meghan said to Oprah. He also challenged her claims of royal racism, suicidal thoughts, and other slanderous statements.

The Sussexes did nothing to comment on the decision, but they were likely to be furious by it. Meghan complained to Ofcom, Mr Morgan, and to Dame Carolyn McCall, ITV’s boss. Meghan allegedly asked Dame Carolyn to censure her critic because they were both ‘women’ and’mothers’. 

After backing a fierce attack by the industry body that represents newspaper editors, the Sussexes have relaunched their campaign against British media earlier in the summer.

Archewell, Archewell’s campaign and media organisation, gave its support to a group of journalists in July who accused the Society of Editors of being a ‘ham-fisted blanket negation of racism’.

The move was meant to rekindle the row that broke out in March during Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah. He claimed that the UK tabloid media was bigoted and created a toxic environment of control and fear.

ITV, the UK rights holder, later had to edit some misleading headlines which depicted British press coverage of this couple as racist. 

The Duke and Duchess joined New York’s Harry Walker Agency, which represents both the Obamas and Clintons las year. 

Mark Borkowski, a PR expert, said that the pair would ‘cleanse up’. According to the LA Times, they plan to be available to talk about social issues such as racial justice and gender equality, as well as the environment, mental health, and other topics.

 ‘I’m surprised they haven’t done this sooner. It will be a great income generator for them. He said that the speaker’s circuit was a safe place for them to plunder.