Contributor: Tamás Fóti

Tamás FótiTamás Fóti used to be Brussels correspondent for a decade and a half, (BBC World Service, Hungarian desk, tv stations, journals). As an EU expert, he contributed to books, publications, reasearches abroad and in his native country, Hungary. Lately he worked as an editor at the foreign desk of the Hungarian News Agency and executive editor at the economic daily Napi Gazdaság. Recently he has been the correspondent for Klubradio in Vienna since 2017.

ESMH Online disinformation during elections

Online disinformation during elections : researchers in Europe team up to monitor and analyse the situation

As has been the case for many recent national elections, the European Parliament elections are also facing the challenges of online disinformation. The European Commission is making an extra effort to push giant tech companies to implement a voluntary code of conduct against disinformation. European researchers are preparing the first studies on the topic.

A scientist's opinion Lisa-Maria Neudert about online disinformation in elections ESMH interview

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Lisa- Maria Neudert about online disinformation in elections

Online disinformation in elections, a scientist's opinion Interview with Lisa- Maria Neudert, is a DPhil candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute and Researcher with the Project on Computational Propaganda. Will you be observing the EP elections? What are the main challenges? Yes, we are currently preparing to analyse the EP elections in May and are ...

A scientist's opinion Kajsa Falasca about online disinformation in elections ESMH interview

A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Kajsa Falasca about online disinformation in elections

Online disinformation in elections, a scientist's opinion Interview with Kajsa Falasca, Senior Lecturer and Assistant Professor at the Department of Media and Communication Science (MKV) at the research centre DEMICOM at Mid University Sweden. Prior to last year's elections in Sweden, huge numbers of fake news items were posted on Twitter, concerning Islam and immigration ...