Disinformation explained

2024-05-21T11:34:00.000ZAtnaujinta

In today’s digital world, disinformation seems to be everywhere and affect everyone. People and organizations use information to manipulate opinions and reach their goals. In this series of videos, the European Parliament’s communication team explains the most commonly used tactics and give tips to spot and avoid them.

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The rapid development of social media and the rise of geopolitical tensions turn the EU into a target for foreign interference and disinformation.

In 2024, the EU and many other democracies around the world will elect their next leaders. Malicious entities or states try to take advantage of this to undermine trust in elections or democracy.

The European Parliament has adopted a number of legislative acts to protect EU citizens and societies from disinformation and foreign interference. It has also been working to strengthen cooperation between elections authorities, public disinformation specialists, European fact-checkers and independent disinformation specialists, and has developed closer ties with Nato, in order to step up the efforts on fighting disinformation.

This series of videos is part of an effort to raise awareness among EU citizens about disinformation ahead of the European elections, in June. Parliament’s communication team explains the most commonly used tactics and give tips to spot and avoid them.

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