The internet remains one of the most ungoverned spheres on Earth. But for internet companies, it’s clear that the age of self-regulation has not always lived up to early dreams of the internet that promised distributed power, freedom, and expression. As governments around the world contemplate how to best approach online regulation, disinformation is among the toughest problems they face. On top of concerns about free expression, the ongoing threat disinformation poses to sitting politicians and the democratic processes complicates these efforts: How should governments grapple with these issues? What is possible in the U.S., and how have peer nations approached these threats?