Tag: computational propaganda

Defending democracy in a post-truth world

     

  The post-truth world of alternative facts, deepfakes and other digitally disseminated disinformation is the territory explored by Samuel Woolley, an assistant professor in the school of journalism at the University of Texas, in The Reality… Read more »

How to weaponize truth against digital authoritarianism

     

  Is the DC-based Foreign Policy Research Institute the latest victim of an online disinformation program?  Aaron Stein, the Director of the Middle East Program and a 2019 Templeton Fellow at… Read more »

Countering ‘high-tech illiberalism’: Information pollution’s disturbing power

     

Online disinformation campaigns supported by fundamental changes in military and geopolitical strategies of major players such as Russia and China harden tribal factions and undermine the security of infrastructure systems in… Read more »