In his project "Real Time Monitoring of 2022 US Election-Related Misinformation and its Psycho-Social Correlates on Twitter" Jeffrey Lees seeks to answer the question what is the role of
The primary goal of Dr.
Madeline Jalbert and Morgan Wack's project "Misinformation in a Divided Democracy: An Analysis of the Prevalence and Influence of Lies, Rumors, and Unfounded Conspiracies in Kenya’s
In her project titled "Dropping the Banhammer: Radicalization, Extremism, and Digital Publics," Dr. Forestal analyzes the recent collective efforts various U.S.
During her Knight Fellowship Seyi Akiwowo focused her projects on investigating the ways in which online spaces can be made safer for all women.
In her project "Understanding Social Movements as Targets of State-Sponsored Digital Disinformation" Dr.
Dr. Shu's work with IDDP aimed to understand disinformation with social context and propose a systematic computational framework.
Understanding flows of misinformation and its real-life impact requires deep attention to be paid to the ways in which online (mis)information is informed by (and often takes advantage of) sociocul
The Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics and the Social Science Research Council’s Media & Democracy hosted The Conservative Dilemma: Digital Surrogate Organization
Can Communicating Gist Inform Responses to Foreign and Domestic Online Manipulation of the Vaccine Debate?
The Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics hosted it's third and final International Forum on the Harms of Social Media Disinformation on August 6th. The forums have spann
Policymakers call out social media platform’s ‘misinformation negligence’ as we approach election amid pandemic
IDDP’s second international forum on social media disinformation, held on June 29, 2020, focused on the negative consequences of digital platforms’ misinformation negligence for free an