The Infodemic | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Disinformation, fake news and propaganda are emerging as among the most powerful threats of the modern age. Facilitated by new forms of media and spread by governments and non-state actors alike, these potent tools have far-reaching consequences for human rights and media freedoms around the world.
IWPR’s global networks of reporters, activists and rights defenders are working to document, expose and build resilience to this growing danger.
US politicians should take heed: fracturing a society is far easier than healing it.
Systematic disinformation accuses Chisinau of imposing an economic and humanitarian blockade.
A state of continuous semi-war has served the Kremlin well.
Poor media literacy allows pro-Kremlin narratives and political distortions to flourish
Draft law would allow authorities to block websites deemed to contain inaccurate information, with no need for a court ruling.
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