AI won’t solve the problem of moderating audiovisual media
Platforms are hoping automated tools will help moderate social media content at scale, but massive challenges remain — especially for audiovisual misinformation.
How to investigate health misinformation (and anything else) using Twitter’s API
Follow this step-by-step guide to collect and analyse data from Twitter, about anything from coronavirus rumours to anti-vax claims and more.
How a fake Brexit Party account fooled hundreds of Twitter users – and some journalists
A prospective parliamentary candidate found himself at the centre of a frenzy caused by a fake —but strikingly similar — account on Monday as the UK election heats up.
Brexit: The false, misleading and suspicious claims CrossCheck has uncovered so far
As the deadline to withdraw from the European Union draws closer, the pressure on all parties to negotiate a breakthrough has intensified. First Draft has been investigating the claims swirling on social media to unearth cases of disinformation.
7 key takeaways on information disorder from #ONA19
From deepfakes and bots to forensic tools and networked factions, here are some of the top lessons in all things disinformation from the 20th Online News Assocation annual conference in New Orleans.
New guide helps journalists, researchers investigate misinformation, memes and trolling
The field guide's series of visual "recipes" focuses on capturing how digital platforms shape misleading information
Mapping the Dead in Ethiopia
WITNESS writes about a project that uses eyewitness media to document Oromo protestors killed in Ethiopia
#WahlCheck17: Monitoring the German election
Using similar techniques to ones employed in our UK election project, we will monitor online conversations in real-time with Correctiv.org
South Korean journalists team up to fight misinformation
The Korea Center for Investigative Journalism runs Newstapa, a website that includes the feature