Year in Review: ‘We all are vulnerable to disinformation and we get played in different ways’
Kate Starbird is an Associate Professor at the University of Washington's Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering and co-founder of the UW Center for an Informed Public.
Year in Review: 'Journalists need to recognise they are a target of influence operations'
Renee DiResta, technical research manager at Stanford Internet Observatory, looks back at 2019.
Year in Review: 'Social media polarisation in Brazil remains the same after the election'
Sérgio Lüdtke is the editor of Comprova, a collaborative reporting project supported by First Draft and Abraji. Based in Sao Paulo, he oversees different newsrooms monitoring misinformation and disinformation across Brazil.
Year in Review: 'Facebook's refusal to fact check political ads is one of the biggest threats to civil discourse'
Kevin Nguyen, a digital forensics reporter and producer with ABC, is an expert in digital verification based in Sydney.
Year in Review: 'Abnormal things seem business as usual'
Mike Caulfield is the head of the Digital Polarization Initiative of the American Democracy Project, a national project to build web literacy among the American public.
Year in Review: 'We should be paying more attention to the algorithmic distortion'
Lam Thuy Vo, senior reporter for BuzzFeed News, shares her thoughts on 2019 and the intersection of technology, society and social media.
Year in Review: 'The online space is shrinking for journalists'
Ramsha Jahangir is a journalist at Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper specialising in technology, data and human rights.
Year in Review: 'Hong Kong is inundated with potentially misleading content'
Masato Kajimoto, assistant professor of practice at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at The University of Hong Kong, gives his thoughts on 2019.
Year in Review: ‘The biggest threat is failing to address the reality of online alternative media ecosystems.’
Eliot Higgins founder and executive director of investigative-journalism group Bellingcat, looks back at the big issues of 2019 and how media manipulation has developed.