Promote the need for sincere information for a democracy based on trust
The Fondation Descartes' experts select and comment on key publications on disinformation, trust in the media and the Foundation's other research topics. This data base is available online to members of the Foundation and in the Foundation's documentation centre.
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This study by the Pew Research Center shows that between 2018 and 2021, U.S. citizens' stance on online misinformation has evolved.

Facebook releases its first report on the most viewed content in 2021 by its users. 

This article presents the way the French get information on the Internet, and explains the phenomenon of "browsing" online.

The European Parliament published at the end of June the amendments to the DSA of the Committee on Civil Liberties (LIBE).

Publication of the information report of the Mission of information dedicated to a national and European digital sovereignty.

Operational proposals to strengthen media and information literacy in schools have been issued by a group of experts.

This CNnum report offers a detailed overview of the mechanisms and actors behind disinformation on the Internet.

This research highlights the polarization of the debate around vaccination against Covid-19 between Democrats and Republicans.

The European Commission has published all of the reports from digital platforms (namely Google, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook and Microsoft)

This Digimind report proposes a literature review of various surveys, in France, dealing with informational issues.

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