EDMO is pleased to share the Call opened by the European Commission, which, together with the EEAS, ERGA, and current signatories, invites new players from the online information ecosystem…
The European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO) is pleased to announce the launch of a new training module on “Understanding and handling disinformation for practitioners focusing on Africa”…
This post is based on EDMO Advisory Board member Professor Sonia Livingstone’s presentation at EDMO’s training session on ‘Evaluating the impact of media literacy initiatives’…
This short report lists 10 recommendations for policy makers, technology companies, as well as newsrooms and civil society, based on observations, research activities and discussions over the past three months.
At the heart of the discussions on 13 and 14 June in Brussels was the European Digital Media Observatory’s (EDMO) engagement in the fight against online disinformation regarding the war in Ukraine.
The involvement of many different actors in its drafting, confirms what it is at the core of EDMO…
The report includes a draft Code of Conduct on how platforms can share data with independent researchers while protecting users’ rights.
Register now to the EDMO Annual Training event that will take place in Brussels on 14 June.
Mark your calendar: EDMO 2022 Annual Conference will take place in Brussels on 13 and 14 June.
On April 3 international media started publishing videos and pictures of the massacre that took place in Bucha, a Ukrainian town in Kiev’s region.
This article has been originally published on the Italian fact-checking project Facta.news, part of the EDMO network, on April 4, 2022.
In order to have a complete understanding of disinformation, access to relevant datasets of the online platforms is key as it would allow to identify actors, vectors, tools, trends and patterns.
There is a lot of disturbing and potentially traumatizing digital material coming out of Ukraine, especially in the form of images and videos.
The European Digital Media Observatory website, along other EDMO hubs website, had been made unavailable as a probable consequence of malicious actions