After Spotify chose to remove Neil Young's music rather than challenge its relationship with podcaster Joe Rogan (you can read more about the controversy here), the problem of disinformation in audio is rearing its head
Who Believes Misinformation? Are Liberals More Susceptible?
A number of relevant articles, studies and data has recently come out, so we read some of them – so you don't have to: The Inoculation’s September round-up.
Hi listeners. before we leave for our summer breaks, we are taking a look back at some of our most insightful conversations about disinformation and misinformation. This week’s conversation is with Bret Shafer, the Alliance for Securing Democracy’s media and digital disinformation fello
Disinformation in Spain, Heidi Larson, Social Media and EU Vaccine Hesitancy: Our (first ever!) Quarterly Press Review
An elaborate media network promotes Russia’s Sputnik vaccine. But what happens when an EU country decides to use Sputnik?
After a series of delivery hiccups and reports of some frontliners not showing up for their jabs, Europe - and other regions - tensely awaited the European Medicines Agency's assessment [https://www.ema.europa.eu/en/news/covid-19-vaccine-astrazeneca-benefits-still-outweigh-risks-despite-possible-link-rare-blood-clots] on the safety of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Its rollout was shrouded in