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DisinfoDocket 10 May

DisinfoDocket curates influence operations-related academic research, news, events and job opportunities.
DisinfoDocket 10 May
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Good morning! Below the paywall this morning -
* War, Memory, And Propaganda - more than a year into its war on Ukraine, Russia holds Victory Day parade
* How can federal, state, and local officials work together to safeguard the 2024 Election?
* Tucker Carlson is taking his show to Twitter


  1. There Is No Getting Ahead of Disinformation Without Moving Past It (The Lawfare Institute, 8 May)
  2. Why the E. Jean Carroll Verdict Will Matter to Voters (Just Security, 9 May)
  3. The Election Deniers’ Playbook for 2024 (Brennan Center for Justice, 3 May)
  4. The Politics of AI: ChatGPT and political bias (Brookings Institution, 8 May)
  5. Ranking by Engagement (Integrity Institute, 8 May)
  6. Analysis | How can the U.S. Government counter Chinese influence in Morocco? (Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 9 May)
  7. On Muted War Holiday, Putin Tries to Justify Invasion of Ukraine (The New York Times, 9 May)

1. Academia & Research

  1. The disinformation landscape in Belgium (EU Disinfo Lab, 9 May)
  2. Opportunities and challenges for retaining trust in Singapore’s state-funded media (Reuters Institute, 9 May)
  3. Love Yourself or Just Your Selfie? (Center for Media Engagement, 8 May)
  4. Bangladesh draft data protection act 2023: Potential and pitfalls (Atlantic Council, 8 May)
  5. WhatsApp could disappear from UK over privacy concerns, ministers told (The Guardian, 8 May)

2. Platforms & Technology

  1. The Best Way to Govern AI? Emulate It (Centre for International Governance Innovation, 8 May)
  2. 1 big thing: Biden's push for a software ingredient list, explained (Axios, 9 May)
  3. Tech groups call for changes to EU data-sharing proposals (Financial Times, 7 May)
  4. Nationwide push to require social media age verification raises questions about privacy, industry standards (CyberScoop, 8 May)
  5. Subpoenaed Alphabet documents improperly redacted, may not be complete, Jordan says (The Hill, 8 May)
  6. The Global Race to Regulate AI (Foreign Policy, 5 May)

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