Month

November 2018
Junk News Aggregator – Oxford University’s Computational Propaganda project One response to fake news is to systematically go about identifying and labeling it.  The how to go about it (methodology) is a critical detail in this endeavor. The University of Oxford’s Computational Propaganda lab unveiled their Junk News Aggregator yesterday. This work was funded by […]
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The Stimson Center will host an event highlighting a private collection of North Korean propaganda posters over the span of 50 years from 1963 to 2013 depicting North Korean domestic initiatives. The reception will be complemented with remarks by Jenny Town, Stimson Research Analyst & Managing Editor of 38 North, who will share the collector’s thoughts […]
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Exploiting a legal system of a country or trade area (for money laundering) is one facet of the information environment. Watch the program here.  Read a summary here. The Latvian bank, ABLV, and subsequent Latvian/EU reform measures offer an opportunity to appreciate how the information environment can be harnessed, exploited and reformed.  In this case, […]
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