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* Curation of analysis on events in Brazil 8th January
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- Evidence-Based Misinformation Interventions: Challenges and Opportunities for Measurement and Collaboration (CEIP, 9 January)
- Good news: Misinformation isn’t as powerful as feared! Bad news: Neither is information. (Nieman Lab, 10 January)
- Everyone saw Brazil violence coming. Except social media giants (Politico, 9 January)
- How Bolsonaro’s rhetoric — then his silence — stoked Brazil assault (Washington Post, 8 January)
- Facebook, YouTube remove content backing Brazil attack (Reuters, 9 January)
- How Brazil can respond to its democracy stress test (Atlantic Council, 9 January)
- Experts react: Brazil has suffered its own attack against democracy. Here’s what the government and its allies can do next. (Atlantic Council, 9 January)
- Social Media Firms Failed Once Again in Brazil (Washington Post, 9 January)
- Far-right media outlet faces misinformation probe (Brazilian Report, 9 January)
- Brazil insurrection: Social media platforms must act to stop spread of disinformation and calls to violence (Global Witness, 10 January)
- The US Far Right Helped Stoke the Attack on Brazil’s Congress (Wired, 10 January)
- Brazil’s failed coup is the poison flower of the Trump-Bolsonaro symbiosis (Guardian, 10 January)
- What Drove a Mass Attack on Brazil’s Capital? Mass Delusion: Sunday’s riot laid bare a daunting threat to Brazilian democracy: Unlike past putsch attempts in Latin America, this one was driven by deeply rooted conspiracy theories. (NYT, 9 January)
2. Academia & Research
- The Great Rectification: A New Paradigm for China’s Online Platform Economy (SSRN, 9 January)
- Journalism, media, and technology trends and predictions 2023 (Reuters Institute, 10 January)
- Coding protection: 'cyber humanitarian interventions' for preventing mass atrocities (Stanford University, 10 January)