It can feel like we are surrounded by information designed to confuse or mislead us. Our modern information environment, flooded as it is, can make it difficult to sort fact from fiction, and truth from lies.
DisinfoDocket curates the latest research, media reporting, events and job opportunities on global influence operations - as well as the community working to counter them - then delivers it straight to your inbox, 3 mornings a week.
Our updates are designed for people who want to stay informed about global influence operations but don’t always have time to scour the world’s news and academic publications. Whether you are an expert or someone looking to be better informed, DisinfoDocket will deliver what you need.
DisinfoDocket is independent and non-partisan. We inform our readers about how the media is reporting on influence operations and our updates therefore reflect a wide range of sources. While we endeavor to ensure our sources are reputable and reliable, inclusion of content is not an endorsement of the views of the author, the veracity of the information or the source.
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One of the core aims of DisinfoDocket is to promote the work of researchers, academics and investigators working to better understand and counter influence operations.
If you have published work, an upcoming event or a job opening you’d like to share, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org - if it is relevant and reputable, we will be delighted to share it with the community in one of our emails and on our Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.
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