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This Reuters report discusses a study conducted in eight countries on misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines in 8 countries.

This report presents a critical view of the Digital Services Act, a directive by the European Union to regulate digital platforms.

How has the delicate yet necessary balance between freedom of expression, often described as the “cornerstone” of democracy, and the repression of its abuses been designed into the law?

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

This project aims to identify YouTube videos discussing the topic of election fraud as it pertains to the most recent U.S. presidential elections.

The Center for Countering Digital Hate has published a report concerning the presence of neo-Nazi advertisements on the social network Facebook.

The Forum on Information and Democracy's report offers recommendations on how to respond to the information chaos present online.

In this article, a team of psychologists tries to explain why we sometimes share false information on the Internet.

This CSA report analyzes the mechanisms by which false information spreads on Twitter.

This report, written by Antoine Bristielle and Tristan Guerra for the Fondation Jean Jaurès, provides new data to understand the success of conspiracy theories in France and internationally.

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