Social media allows some fringe candidates to gain online reach they wouldn't otherwise have
What ‘the pivot to audio’ means for misinformation research and platform moderation.
The complexities and contradictions of calls for increased transparency around online advertising.
Leaflets, billboards, emails, SMS and robocalls spread false information about Covid-19 and the US election
First Draft has analyzed 9,722 fact checks to tell the story of pandemic misinformation through the work of those fighting it.
Insights from First Draft's session on best practices and good habits to protect yourself during online investigations into coronavirus misinformation
First Draft's co-founder and US director and ethics and standards editor share their advice.
From human psychology to the power of influencers, here are some of the key talking points from the UK Parliament's session on coronavirus misinformation
As rumours and hoaxes about Covid-19 spread, here's how the biggest platforms are working to tackle misinformation.
The people behind City Action and Capitalist Worker registered as non-party campaigners to advertise in the UK's general election.
From local hospitals to a wind farm and schools, some parties are tackling regional issues head on, while others send the same message to targeted seats.
From soft colour palettes to macho slogans, First Draft research has uncovered a range of strategies being used by political parties to target voters via Facebook, Google and Snapchat ads.