After the Capitol: tech and disinfo
What we learned about tech platforms and disinformation — and what we still don’t know.
We need independent platform oversight in 2021
The platforms can no longer delay on partnering with independent researchers and civil society organizations
How QAnon content endures on social media through visuals and code words
Evolving tactics from QAnon-promoting accounts pose moderation challenges for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube
How important is the integrity of India’s elections to Facebook and Twitter?
The social media giants treat claims of election fraud vastly differently around the globe.
Coronavirus: How pro-mask posts boost the anti-mask movement
Despite the trending hashtags and media coverage, research shows anti-maskers are often amplified by algorithms, Twitter and the people who mock them.
How to use network analysis to explore social media and disinformation
Network visualizations look impressive but first and foremost they are great tools for exploration. Here's a basic introduction on how to use to get started.
George Floyd protests: Resources for online newsgathering, verification, protecting sources and colleagues
How to use social media to report on the protests over police brutality and structural racism sweeping the world.
Lessons on covering coronavirus misinformation from the fallout of 'Plandemic'
Experts weigh in on the viral conspiracy theory video illustrating how disinformation spreads in the ‘infodemic’
Coronavirus: How are the social media platforms responding to the 'infodemic'?
As rumours and hoaxes about Covid-19 spread, here's how the biggest platforms are working to tackle misinformation.