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The online journal RESET provides free access to a series of articles discussing disinformation.

This study analyzes disinformation related to climate science and renewable energy spread on Facebook during the first 60 days of President Biden’s term in office in the United States.

This study examines all of the news stories related to Covid-19 that have been verified by the International Fact-Checking Network in 2020 in India.

This study shows that automated text-generating models have achieved such levels of sophistication and precision that they could be used to fuel disinformation campaigns.

According to The Markup, the labels used by Facebook meant to flag questionable or false information are not always adequate, which reflects the challenges that the social network faces in controlling the fake news circulating its platform.

This blogpost of the EU DisinfoLab explores the shortcomings of content moderation on Twitter and YouTube.

The Belgian NGO DisinfoLab investigated the suspicious methods used by an Indian network in order to influence European decision-makers.

This short study by First Draft examines the mechanisms by which the conspiracy theory of the “Great Reset” was disseminated.

This report by the Stanford Internet Observatory concerns an astroturfing operation orchestrated by the social media consulting firm Rally Forge.

The Reuters Institute and the University of Oxford have published a survey of public opinion regarding media coverage of politics.

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