The flagship product of the EU vs Disinformation campaign, the Disinformation Review, was launched in November 2015. The Review brings you the latest news articles carrying key examples of how pro-Kremlin disinformation finds its way into the international information space, as well as news and analysis on the topic. The Review focuses on key messages carried in the media, which have been identified as providing a partial, distorted or false view or interpretation and spreading key pro-Kremlin messaging.
Some of the topics covered:
The Journalists Who Exist Only on Paper: New Eastern Outlook, NEO, an English-language website, is a hardworking disinformation portal.
Operation Secondary Infektion: A far-reaching and sophisticated Russian disinformation operation, most likely deriving from Russian intelligence. The evidence suggests it ran for several years, with some content dating as far back as 2014.
It took 3 to 10 days for the Russian Internet Research Agency to increase polarization of the #BlackLivesMatter debate on Twitter, research by scholars from Oxford and Amsterdam universities shows.