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Growing government control could harm Turkey's information ecosystem.
Finding misinformation with 'rumor cues'
Keywords related to rumor can help us understand and respond to dangerous activities online.
From HPV to Covid-19: Personal stories power anti-vaccine misinformation
Groups that have historically criticized HPV vaccines are shifting their attention
Inside the origins of a conspiracy theory about Myanmar and China
How Chinese-language characters contributed to conspiracy theories about the coup in Myanmar.
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
Covering extremism: a reading list
Best practices for effectively — and safely — reporting on extremism.
The role of cable television news in amplifying Trump’s tweets about election integrity
First Draft's latest research takes a look at how cable news amplified Trump's messaging on Twitter
How journalists can keep safe and connected in a crisis
Ten tips for physical and digital safety when reporting.
Questions to consider before joining a platform
New social media platforms are popping up every day, and you might be interested in joining them to inform your work.