Lisa-Maria Neudert is a DPhil candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute and Researcher with the Project on Computational Propaganda. Her recent work examines government countermeasures to digital disinformation and the global economy of social media manipulation. She is the author of several research papers on the topic, including reports that were published by the European Parilament and NATO StratCom. She holds an MSc in social science of the Internet from the University of Oxford and a BA in communication science from Ludwig-Maximilians-University. Selected as a Fulbright scholar she studied international diplomacy in Georgetown.
Scientist: Lisa-Maria Neudert
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 : Interview with Lisa-Maria Neudert about online disinformation in elections
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? Lisa-Maria Neudert: Yes, we are currently preparing to analyse the EP elections in May and are analysing political discourse in France, Germany, ...