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🔗 COMLAB 2020 – informazioni, date, idoneità
🔗 Verbalizzazioni

Scientific papers on echo chambers, disinformation, fake news

Questa sezione presenta una raccolta di puntatori a risorse di pubblico interesse e utilità, dedicata in particolare alla disinformazione, alle fake news e fact-checking. Le sezioni (sopra) “data” e “tools” sono dedicate rispettivamente alle ricerche che contemplano dati e quelle orientate agli strumenti pratici.

Ultimi inserimenti:
🔺 The COVID-19 social media infodemic, Nature, October 06, 2020
🔺 Conservative and liberal attitudes drive polarized neural responses to political content, PNAS, May 02, 2020

▶️ Reading Sequence of scientific papers from the italian Data Science and Complexity Lab authors.
▶️ ️Digital Clusters: How the net is marking us, first published on DigitCult, December, 2017
🔗 Digital Clusters Update: News and updates on digital clusters (weekly magazine run by Paper.li bot on specific hastags on communication, social media and fake news – an archive here)

Resources

Poynter.org‘s IFCN (also manages: Politifact | TW: International Fact-Checking Network)
Snopes.com
Media Bias Fact Check (affidabili|non affidabili e non vero/falso)
First Draft
Reuters Fact checking
ICIJ Internationl Consortium of Investigative Journalism
@EUvsDISINFO ( European Union East Stratcom Task Force)
FactCheck.org
Bellingcat.com (investigative journalism)

ITALY
Butac | pagina FB
Bufale.net | pagina FB
Valigia Blu | pagina FB (Manuale di Sopravvivenza alle Breaking News)
Disinformatico | profilo TW; (sulle foto false)
@FactaNews | Sito Web
@LaVoceinfo | Sito Web
@PagellaPolitica | Sito Web
Open – Fact-checking
Smask.online (profilo IG)

Guides, videos and handbooks

🔸The Debunking Handbook 2020: Downloads and Translations (new version)
🔸What does it take to change a mind? | TEDxSydney (Lucinda Beaman, Fact Check editor The Conversation, 2018)
🔸«Questo chi lo dice? E perché?» Come riconoscere e smontare le bufale storiche (Collettivo Nicoletta Bourbaki, WuMing, 2018)
🔸Facile dire fake news. Guida alla disinformazione di Valigia Blu (2017)
🔸Bugie, bugie virali e giornalismo (PDF) (da Il Post, 2015)
🔸Guida alla verifica di foto e video sui Social media di France24 (tradotta in italiano da ValigiaBlu), 2015
🔸Verification Handbook (versione italiana) di Craig Silverman, 2014
🔸Manuale della demistificazione (a cura di John Cook e Steve Lewandowsky, 2012)

Twitter

Microblogging social network; from Nov. 2017 has 280 characters instead of 140. Testing profile and DL news: www.twitter.com/didatticalive. Twitter has started tracking users’ behaviour outside of app and website in a move it says will let users see more targeted adverts (f: Telegraph).
“Settings and privacy” > “Your Twitter account data”.
See: twitter.com/personalization

  1. What Twitter thinks your interests are: Click on the number of “Interest from Twitter” and it will show you the full list. This section is extensive, but also somewhat vague.
  2. What its partners think about you: Tap on the number of “Interests from partners” and it will show you them.
  3. The companies targeting you: Under “Tailored audiences” the social network shows you how many audiences you are part of and how many advertisers are interested in you.

Other

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