Between the 28-29th May in Brussels, the EU DisinfoLab hosted a major event gathering the community of journalists, civil society members, tech companies, and government representatives working on disinformation.
On May 29, in the framework of the EU DisinfoLab Conference in Brussels, a session dedicated to the Erasmus+ Project ‘Open Your Eyes’ was held. The session has gathered around 80 participants working on media literacy, journalists, tech companies and researchers.
Along two days, this conference will explore the phenomenon of disinformation and information disorder, from its roots to technical and regulatory responses. The event will gather the community of experts working on disinformation, people who concretely build tools to create knowledge and cross-expertise.
500.000 fake ballots with Partito Democratico logo found in Sicily?
Turin giving €170 million for Wi-Fi for migrants?
Lega & Movimento 5 Stelle secretly financed by Soros?
These and many other fake news stories are featured in our report from our Italian election monitoring project, to be presented at Open Society European Policy Institute this Thursday at 14:00!
The EU DisinfoLab together with the Atlantic Council would like to cordially invite you to our second annual disinformation event, the 2018 Brussels DisinfoLab, which will be held on April 11th at the EurActiv premises in Brussels.
As part of our ongoing project to monitor Italian social media for signs of disinformation & malicious foreign influence before the upcoming general election in March, we’re gathering Italian correspondents and journalists based in Brussels for a closed info session.
Following our success in France, where our experts successfully analysed and debunked numerous fake news stories, most notably the infamous “Macron Leaks”, we organised a mini-conference in Brussels, gathering major European disinformation experts and stakeholders.
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