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Docket+ 13 February

Docket+ is a weekly roundup of the latest influence operations-related academic research, events and job opportunities.
Docket+ 13 February
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  1. 1st EEASreport on Foreign Information Manipulation and Interference Threats (EEAS, February)
  2. Report on the 2022 EU Code of Practice on Disinformation (DisinfoCode, February)

1. Academia & Research

1.1 Platforms & Technology

  1. Avoiding the success trap: Toward policy for open-source software as infrastructure (Atlantic Council, 8 February)
  2. The Quagmire Model: How a small step can trap you in the quagmire of misinformation, hate speech and denialism (Research Square, 9 February)
  3. Online Misinformation Video Detection: A Survey (ArXiv, 7 February)
  4. Entity-Aware Dual Co-Attention Network for Fake News Detection (ArXiv, 7 February)
  5. Does AI-Assisted Fact-Checking Disproportionately Benefit Majority Groups Online? (ArXiv, 7 February)
  6. Data sovereignty and platform neutrality – A comparative study on tiktok’s data policy (SAGE, 6 February)
  7. More of the Same? Homogenization in News Recommendations When Users Search on Google, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter (T&F, 8 February)
  8. Common Nonsense about Password Security and the Expert-Layperson Knowledge Gap (SSRN, 1 February)

Governance, Regulation & Content Moderation

  1. Resolving content moderation dilemmas between free speech and harmful misinformation (PNAS, 7 February)
  2. Reviewing War: Unconventional User Reviews as a Side Channel to Circumvent Information Controls (ArXiv, 1 February)
  3. Emerging platform governance: antitrust reform and non-competitive harms in digital platform markets (T&F, 6 February)

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