The European Commission on Tuesday published guidelines for how it expects large online platforms like X, formerly Twitter, and Meta to tackle disinformation during elections this year.
The operation leveraged 50,000 fake accounts and bots on X (formerly Twitter). They sent more than 1 million posts over one month from 10 December, pushing tried and tested disinformation narratives.
[EPA-EFE/MONICA DAVEY] Under EU ... disinformation, AI abuse and covert influence relating to the European Parliament elections. The European Commission issued a warning to Bucharest over the ...
The European Commission has sent a series of formal requests for information (RFI) to Google, Meta, Microsoft, Snap, TikTok and X about ... Against Disinformation which the EU intends will become ...
(Reuters) -Under EU guidelines likely to be adopted next week, Elon Musk's X, TikTok, Facebook and other ... content on their platforms. Concerns over election interference and misleading AI ...
France to Propose Sanctions at EU Level on Russian Firms Spreading Disinformation PARIS (Reuters) -France will propose EU-wide level sanctions on those behind spreading disinformation amid what ...
Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. X, TikTok and other big online platforms will be subject to EU fines for lax moderation within weeks, as ...
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) -Google's Jigsaw subsidiary will launch a campaign next week to tackle disinformation in Poland ... The research was spread over seven experiments, including with a group ...
The move followed a “request for information” order the EU sent to Alibaba ... Probes into Meta and X were also announced in December over their regulation of disinformation regarding Israel ...
On 26 January, news broke that digital forensic experts had unearthed a major Russian disinformation operation targeted at the German government. The operation leveraged 50,000 fake accounts and bots ...