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June 2019
Pew Research Center, June 5th 2019Amy Mitchell, Jeffrey Gottfried, Sophia Fedeli, Galen Stocking and Mason Walkerhttps://www.journalism.org/2019/06/05/many-americans-say-made-up-news-is-a-critical-problem-that-needs-to-be-fixed/ Politicians viewed as major creators of it, but journalists seen as the ones who […]
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Kevin Roose and Kate Conger, June 5th 2019, New York Timeshttps://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/05/business/youtube-remove-extremist-videos.html?searchResultPosition=2&login=email&auth=login-email YouTube announced plans on Wednesday to remove thousands of videos and channels that advocate neo-Nazism, white supremacy and other […]
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US yanks funds for anti-Iran Twitter feed after complaints Associated Press in the Washington Post, June 1st 2019 The State Department has suspended funding for an online project aimed at […]
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The Week in Tech: Disinformation’s Huge Inaction ProblemJamie Condliffe, May 31 2019, New York TimesFacebook’s ‘many open questions.’ G.D.P.R. is one year old! Facebook Isn’t Deleting the Fake Pelosi Video. […]
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John Villasensor, Brookings Institution, Monday, June 3, 2019https://www.brookings.edu/blog/techtank/2019/06/03/deepfakes-social-media-and-the-2020-election/ What happens when you mix easy access to increasingly sophisticated technology for producing deepfake videos, a high-stakes election, and a social media […]
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Our Take Insight into the state of political affairs in Europe: ASD Senior Fellow Kristine Berzina appeared on Euronews’ Raw Politics to discuss the fallout from the recent Austrian political […]
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Iran Facebook and Twitter Disable New Disinformation Campaign With Ties To Iran | Tony Romm | The Washington Post U.S. Cuts Funds for ‘Anti-Propaganda’ Iran Group that Trolled Activists | Julian Borger […]
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