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James Ball surveys the landscape almost three years after "fake news" became the word of the year.
Which are the causes, drivers, and scope of the problem of disinformation? What role does targeted advertising play in the spread of disinformation online? What role does legislation, policy, or other initiatives have in thwarting its spread?
The seventh of a series of thematic itineraries to explore the Resource Centre on Media Freedom through a curated aggregation of contents
The sixth of a series of thematic itineraries to explore the Resource Centre on Media Freedom through a curated aggregation of contents.
Journalists need to know how advertising technology works
Robyn Caplan analyses three different types of content moderation: artisanal, community-reliant, and industrial, and highlights the tension between consistent decisions and context-based decisions
A joint report by Access Now, Civil Liberties Union for Europe, and European Digital Rights discusses the Report by the High Level Expert Group on Fake News and Online Disinformation and related policy documents
Covering 87% of the world’s Internet users, Freedom on the Net is a study of Internet freedom in 65 countries around the globe that tracks improvements and declines in Internet freedom conditions each year
The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy is a Harvard University research center that explores the intersection and impact of media, politics and public policy in theory and practice. The Center was founded in 1986 and is focused in four specific areas becuase of their relevance for a healthy democracy:
As a part of the “Global Initiative for Excellence in Journalism Education” UNESCO published an handbook on journalism and disinformation that can be used as a model curriculum.