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What journalists should know when reporting on conspiracy theories

As much as journalists may want to ignore conspiracy theories and the figures behind them, it would be irresponsible to do so. It is...

“We can’t ignore misinformation. What happens online is real and affects what happens offline”

Gaëlle Faure discusses her work as digital verification editor at AFP As a digital verification editor, Gaëlle Faure is a part of AFP’s digital verification team,...

Moldova: The IJC is launching the process of integrating media literacy concepts into core subjects

The Independent Journalism Center (IJC) is launching the process of introducing the concepts of media literacy in core subjects, in order to provide a...

How YouTube Spreads Harmful Content – And What Can Be Done About It

Report: A Platform ‘Weaponized’: How YouTube Spreads Harmful Content – And What Can Be Done About It YouTube is used to spread harmful content including hate speech,...

Transcending the Internet Hate Game with Dylan Marron (Podcast)

This podcast from the Center for Human Technology explores the “outrage game” that social media platforms foster and includes an interview with Dylan Marron,...

Spending time online can boost children’s well-being– depending on their social framework

Contrary to what many fear, the time children spend in front of a screen is associated with a good quality of life. EU Kids...

Editors from Western Balkans Visit Newsrooms in Prague, Ljubljana and Maribor

Two groups of editors from five Western Balkans countries visited the newsrooms of leading media outlets in Czechia and Slovenia between 14 and 22...

How science helps fuel a culture of misinformation

We tend to blame the glut of disinformation in science on social media and the news, but the problem often starts with the scientific...

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