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Disinfo Update 28/06/2022

This latest edition of your Disinfo Update will provide you with insights on the latest disinformation news including Russophobia, abortion misinformation, and the next steps for the Code of Practice and the DSA. And a lot more here!

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This latest edition of your Disinfo Update will provide you with insights on the latest disinformation news including the next steps in the DSA process, including our upcoming webinar on the “User Guide to the DSA: tools, rights and application in the fight against disinformation”, access to information about the Ukraine war from Russia, and our EU DisinfoLab monthly trends.
This edition of your Disinfo Update will provide you with insights on the latest disinformation news including the pro-Kremlin propaganda probe in Italian media, the failure to act on anti-Muslim hate and the Covid-19 & Monkeypox conspiracy playbook.
This edition of your Disinfo Update will provide you with insights on the latest disinformation including the first call to cyber war crimes charge re to the war in Ukraine, and China’s pro-Russia propaganda.
This edition of our Disinfo Update will provide you with insights on what is to be expected re the DSA which has just been agreed upon, on the Future of the Internet and on the latest steps towards preventing further climate disinformation!
This edition of our Disinfo Update will provide you with insights about content moderation, the DSA which nears the finish line, Kremlin OSINT tactics, and many more.
OSINT operation. Thanks to this informal consortium of OSINT professionals, using everything from open flight data to Google Maps, hundreds of foreign students were evacuated from Ukraine.
With just weeks left of negotiations, this is a crucial moment to influence the direction of the Digital Services Act! We are calling on decision-makers to put forward a regulatory framework that matches their public declarations when it comes to tackling disinformation. 
While the EU has banned state-owned Russian media outlets RT and Sputnik and their subsidies, tech companies have been under pressure to limit the spread and algorithmic amplification of Russian trolling and disinformation campaigns.
EU foreign ministers met in Brussels yesterday with their Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba while concerns grow that a Russian ‘false flag’ could be used to justify an attack on Ukraine.