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Author: Max Bader

The ability of disinformation to influence the outcome of elections has been widely discussed in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum and the U.S. presidential elections in 2016. Beyond these pivotal votes, there is a growing realization that disinformation has become a major feature of

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In: Security and Human Rights

1 Introduction 1 ‘Information has been weaponized, and disinformation has become an incisive instrument of state policy’, according to a recent ‘White Paper’ by the US Department of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff that singles out the role of information in international

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In: Security and Human Rights

out against the backdrop of growing digital economy, which came hand in hand with the emergence and accelerated adoption of new technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, or augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR). Although online disinformation is

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In: Security and Human Rights

1 Introduction The corona crisis is also a disinformation crisis for the global community in general, and for the European Union ( EU ) in particular. As an expert from the European External Action Service ( EEAS ) Strategic Communication (StratCom) Division points out, ‘It has been very

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In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

Introduction Since the Russian Federation’s takeover of Crimea, and now the investigation of Russian disinformation operations targeting the 2016 US elections, understanding the spread and influence of state-sponsored disinformation — the purposeful spread of false or misleading information

In: Debating Public Diplomacy

Introduction Since the Russian Federation’s takeover of Crimea, and now the investigation of Russian disinformation operations targeting the 2016 US elections, understanding the spread and influence of state-sponsored disinformation — the purposeful spread of false or misleading information

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

), greenwashing refers to “disinformation disseminated by an organization so as to present an environmentally responsible public image” (pp. 673-74). The main function of greenwashing is to divert audiences’ attention from the environmental consequences (or even malfeasance) of a company’s business, by issuing a

In: Society & Animals

1 Introduction: The Rise of Memory Laws and the Facets of Disinformation ‘[If] Governments impose singular historical narratives and prohibit alternative interpretations in “memory laws”, then they draw a line in the sand of time that can continue to divide societies for generations to

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In: Security and Human Rights
Author: Jukka Rislakki

Prologue Misinformation, Disinformation? Eiropa mūs nesapratīs (Europe will not understand us). A favorite song on Latvian radio in 2004 Who owns the past owns the future. George Orwell The first time I set foot in Latvia, at the center of Europe1 in the autumn of 1988, the changes had already

In: The Case for Latvia. Disinformation Campaigns Against a Small Nation