Beijing’s Viral Disinformation Activities Beijing’s Viral Disinformation Activities
Beijing's Viral Disinformation Activities
April 2, 2020
By Jessica Brandt COVID-19 is spreading around the world, roiling markets and geopolitics in its wake.  No one knows when it will stop or what the international order will look like when the pandemic is over. But how the crisis unfolds—in particular, how autocrats and democrats address governance ch ...
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Egypt and China’s Telecoms: A Concerning Courtship Egypt and China’s Telecoms: A Concerning Courtship
Egypt and China’s Telecoms: A Concerning Courtship
February 20, 2020
By Allison McManus In April 2019, Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and Information Minister Amr Taalat met with Li Jie, chairman of the supervisory board of Chinese telecom firm Huawei, to discuss cooperation in the technology sector. Afterward, headlines announced that Huawei would experime ...
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Breaking the Truth: A Conversation with Samuel Woolley Breaking the Truth: A Conversation with Samuel Woolley
Breaking the Truth: A Conversation with Samuel Woolley
January 28, 2020
In this episode of the Power 3.0 podcast, featured guest Samuel Woolley discusses how human psychology helps drive individuals to share, consume, and believe disinformation, how these processes are already impacting politics globally, and how emerging technologies might exacerbate the challenge. Sam ...
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Demand for Deceit: Why Do People Consume and Share Disinformation? Demand for Deceit: Why Do People Consume and Share Disinformation?
Demand for Deceit: Why Do People Consume and Share Disinformation?
January 14, 2020
By Dean Jackson There is a market for information. Some people—journalists, researchers, anyone with a keyboard—produce information. Others are willing to exchange something of value for it, even if that something is mere time and attention. This applies to information that is true and therefore use ...
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