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BBC World Service Interview
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BBC World Service Interview

I was interviewed by the BBC World Service for their Global News Podcast, Report says millions of American voters were exposed to Russian social media propaganda, which aired on 17 December 2018. The interview concerned the Computational Propaganda Project’s latest report on the impact of Russia’s IRA on American political […]

Far right makes most noise on Twitter in German election
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Far right makes most noise on Twitter in German election

Research by myself and my colleagues at the COMPROP team on the 2017 German election was covered by Reuters. The far right is making the most noise on Twitter during Germany’s election campaign, but far less fake news is being spread in Germany than the United States saw before the […]

Interview: Bots, Russia, and Propaganda on Danish Television
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Interview: Bots, Russia, and Propaganda on Danish Television

I appeared on DR, the Danish TV station, to discuss some of the project’s latest research, as well as the impact of bots and Russian sponsored media organizations. The full episode is available here [the interview begins in the second half of the programme].

How fake news becomes a popular, trending topic
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How fake news becomes a popular, trending topic

I was interviewed for a 60 Minutes investigation on ‘fake news’ and disinformation, which featured the COMPROP team’s research. Phil Howard leads the Internet Institute at the University of Oxford which examines misinformation on social media. They’ve analyzed web traffic in the days before the election in the swing state […]