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  1. Dec 2020
    1. The EU has been working on tackling disinformation (link is external) for many years now. The European External Actions Service (EEAS) has been a pioneer in monitoring pro-Kremlin disinformation, and has then expanded its focus and toolbox. Today, EEAS taskforces focus on three different regions: the East, Southern Neighbourhood and the Western Balkans. We have recently published our 5th Special Report on COVID-19 disinformation, which shows again how much these activities can cause considerable damage during a global health crisis.

      Do we have any coverage of disinformation in EU? How does it work?

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  2. Jun 2020
    1. will prompt some users to click links to other websites before retweeting them, part of an effort to discourage the spread of misinformation

      Would be interesting for Twitter to reveal how many people RT links without having opened them (keeping in mind that they might have opened them elsewhere)...

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