EU Parliament: At a Glance - Disinformation, 'fake news' and the EU's response

At a Glance - Disinformation, 'fake news' and the EU's response - 07-11-2017

The impact of the online spread of mis- and disinformation – including false news posing as factual stories – became increasingly visible in the context of the crisis in Ukraine, and gained notoriety as a global phenomenon during the 2016 presidential election campaign in the United States. Ahead of the European elections in 2019, the EU's answers to these challenges are still only tentative. 

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