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Docket+ 27 February

Docket+ is a weekly roundup of the latest influence operations-related academic research, events and job opportunities.
Docket+ 27 February
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  1. Misinformation Amplification in the Nigerian Election (Integrity Institute, 22 February)
  2. Undermining Ukraine: How the Kremlin employs information operations to erode global confidence in Ukraine (Atlantic Council, February)
  3. Narrative Warfare: How the Kremlin and Russian news outlets justified a war of aggression against Ukraine (Atlantic Council, February)
  4. How to Lose Influence and Alienate People (Graphika, 23 February)
  5. One year of COVID-19 vaccine misinformation on Twitter (JMIR, 3 February)
  6. Shielding Democracy: Civil society adaptions to Kremlin disinformation about Ukraine (NED, 22 February)

1. Academia & Research

1.1 Platforms & Technology

  1. Should you buy a used social media account from a website like accs-market.com?: The answer to this eternal question is always "no" (Conspirator Norteño, 22 February)
  2. Filling the TikTok Gap: Part 2: Findings and Takeaways from our 2022 Program (Cooperative Impact Lab, 23 February)
  3. Statement of EDMO Executive Board: Despite pledges, online platforms are failing in the fight against disinformation (EDMO, February)
  4. Key facts about video-sharing site BitChute (Pew, 17 February)
  5. How Americans view emerging uses of artificial intelligence, including programs to generate text or art (Pew, 22 February)
  6. The role of online attention in the supply of disinformation in Wikipedia (ArXiv, 16 February)
  7. Social Media Repertoires: Investigating Multifaceted Social Media Use Among Late Adolescents (Journal QD, 23 February)

Governance, Regulation & Content Moderation

  1. Is Automated Content Moderation Going to Solve Our Misinformation Problems? (SSRN, 16 February)

Information Spread

  1. Changing the Incentive Structure of Social Media Platforms to Halt the Spread of Misinformation (PsyArXiv, 18 February)
  2. Towards a general model of fake news belief and sharing (PsyArXiv, 21 February)
  3. To What Extent Does Social Media Contribute to the Political Polarization and Spread of Misinformation Among the General Public? (SSRN, 23 February)
  4. Digital Advertising in the 2022 Midterms (De Gruyter, 20 February)

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