This resource delves into how misinformation spreads in the media, and how the media uses various types of bias to…
As part of Project DEFUSE, funded by NATO, to increase society’s resilience to disinformation, we have created the CRISP Scan…
This article shines a light on how some corporations use a set of tactics to distort the truth about the safety of their products.
Although fake news creation and consumption are mutually related and can be changed to one another, this review indicates that a significant amount of research has primarily focused on news creation. To mitigate this research gap, a comprehensive survey of fake news research, conducted in the fields of computer and social sciences, through the lens of news creation and consumption with internal and external factors.
This journal article explains how online “fake news” can be classified into 7 categories for developing automatic detections of false information.
This journal article uses a quantitative analysis for Facebook to study how misinformation of scientific news and conspiracy theories spreads and creates polarized communities.
This essay questions whether individuals and groups should be working towards fighting misinformation or supporting the acceptance of reliable information.
This journal article examines how social media has been used to spread misinformation, particularly in disaster news, health, and politics.
From the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, this awareness document outlines the types of false information and what businesses and individuals can do to investigate further and protect themselves against MDM.
The News Literacy Project explains the 5 steps you can take to vet a news source for signs of credibility. The News Literacy Project has also put this information into an excellent downloadable PDF.