Ratcheting up a red line: How China is being used in the Australian election campaign
As Australians prepare to head to the polls, political parties and politicians of all stripes have stoked fear-fuelled narratives about China in a bid to secure votes.
How an anti-Muslim influence operation spread on Indian social media
An anti-Muslim influence network in India hijacked recent conversations around Israel and Palestine.
How we investigated the spread of Covid-19 vaccine misinformation on Facebook
The platform recently announced a ban on false Covid-19 and vaccine claims, so we used technical methods to see whether it’s working.
Turkey's clampdown on Twitter could lead to more disinformation
Growing government control could harm Turkey's information ecosystem.
Innovative information disorder tactics target Russia protests
The deceptive tactics we've seen online.
The Nation of Islam and anti-vaccine rhetoric
How the extremist organization disseminates vaccine misinformation through social media
After the Capitol: tech and disinfo
What we learned about tech platforms and disinformation — and what we still don’t know.
The "broadcast" model no longer works in an era of disinformation
We've relied for too long on an outdated top-down view of disinformation.
As online communities mobilize offline, misinformation manifests a physical threat
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that the line between online discourse and offline action has long disappeared.