Research and Editorial Team:
Aidan White, Chris Elliott
This digest has been produced in cooperation with the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ)
The publication combines a collection of investigative pieces on how the communications revolution is continuing to pose more questions than answers over the public crisis of confidence in democracy and in sources of public information. The technological, political, and social realities are being examined on how algorithms and artificial intelligence are setting a new, potentially troubling agenda; how advertising platforms and the business of social media are undermining public trust; how democracy and political elections are vulnerable to undue interference. Tags:
Ethics of journalism
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