Here are some of the key takeaways from the Aspen Institute’s recent report on the dangers of information disorder—and a few additional suggestions.
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Inauthentic social media accounts attributed to China have been identified as part of a disinformation campaign to defend the country’s treatment of the Uyghur Muslim minority in Xinjiang.
Following an increase in foreign interference and hostile information operations—both at home and abroad—the French government is preparing to fight back.
Both President Biden and Facebook have taken steps to dial down the temperature since last week’s dustup, but the fundamental problem remains: How can platforms effectively combat misinformation with steps short of takedowns?
Manufactured whistleblowing has become an element of disinformation campaigns to disrupt Taiwan’s sovereignty and stability.
How can the practitioner actually counter online foreign covert influence operations?
Openness need not empower authoritarian abuse of international institutions. Democratic leadership can contest the erosion of liberal values.
The years 2021 and 2022 are set to be major periods for elections across Latin America.
On Thursday, March 25, 2021, at 12:00 p.m., the House Communications and Technology Subcommittee and the Consumer Protection and Commerce Subcommittee will hold a hearing on social media's role in promoting extremism and misinformation.
Why a Canadian Law Prohibiting False Statements in the Run-Up to an Election Was Found Unconstitutional
The legal challenge hinged on whether or not the dissemination of accidental and unknown falsehood was prohibited.