Social media platforms are told to tackle fake accounts and the spread of fake news more effectively before the European elections next May – or face regulation. News from EUobserver
French president Emmanuel Macron has promised legislation to block the spread of fake news, as part of a broader effort to protect liberal democracies from Russian propaganda. News from EUobserver
AT THE end of each summer Italian business leaders, politicians and journalists mingle with foreign guests at the Ambrosetti Forum in the Villa d’Este by the shores of the lovely Lake Como. This year, the breezes off the lake carried something not scented in almost a decade: a whiff of optimism about the Italian economy. […]
Le ministre de la Justice Heiko Maas estime que des “solutions européennes” sont nécessaires pour limiter la diffusion sur les réseaux sociaux de contenus pouvant créer des troubles. News from EUobserver
OVER the past year, a group of political bloggers purporting to have access to inside information have offered insight into the workings of the Russian state. They can be found on the messaging app Telegram, which has a “channels” feature that allows readers to subscribe to a feed but not to respond. The bloggers, often […]
May 21st Doomsday is nearly upon us or so they say. there have been a lot of funny stories around the world especially the new Yorker who spent 140,000 dollars proclaiming the end is nigh.