EDMO has published its latest periodic insight and early-warning on disinformation narratives on Ukraine. Focus on: damage to Ukrainian’s image and EU institutions visit to Kyiv.
EDMO has published its latest monthly fact-checking brief. Focus on: Muslim migrants and Ukrainian refugees in the disinformation’s gunsight.
EDMO is looking for experts who would be interested in joining a Taskforce that will contribute to developing a methodology and the requisites for its implementation for Structural Indicators to assess the impact of the Code of Practice on Disinformation.
The European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO) is pleased to announce the launch of its online training module on “Historical approaches to disinformation and conspiracy theories”.
In Addis Ababa, from November 29th till December 2nd took place the 17th global IGF conveyed by the United Nations, the largest multistakeholder reflection on the future of the Internet.
A European Commission call for tender has confirmed a European University Institute-headed consortium as lead of the European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO).
Following the second call for EDMO Hubs, the European Commission has selected six new hubs that will become part of the European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO), strengthening the European ecosystem that works to fight disinformation.
This training course will provide a step-by-step guide in investigating disinformation campaigns with OSINT tools, and how to make use of different techniques to perform good investigations.
The EDMO training series aims to support researchers to be able to fulfil this role, by facilitating a number of sessions with invited speakers from the platforms to present currently available resources and datasets for researchers.
The EDMO consortium partner Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) will host a panel discussion titled “EU, US, and Australia’s Approach to Regulating Online Platforms” at the 9th European Communication Conference – ECREA 2022.