Your GDI Readout: Weekly Reading List

Your GDI Readout: Weekly Reading List

  • November 9, 2020

This week has been a whirlwind, hasn’t it? We’re thrilled with the good news- but the fight isn’t over yet. It’s just beginning, and we have a long way to go.

Since the count started, there’s has been so much disinfo that its rhetoric doesn’t rely on social media anymore. It’s embedded in popular news, local papers, television, radio, forums, and everywhere else you might look. Now that Biden is president, the question remains…Where do we go from here?

As always, share your thoughts and ideas with us on Twitter at @Disinfoindex. We’d love to hear from you.

Election 2020: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube wrestle with misinformation (Cnet, Nov 8 2020)

Here’s how many Trump posts have been flagged for misinformation since Election Day (Mashable, Nov 8 2020)

Be wary of misinformation on social media about the election (WSBT Nov 7 2020)

How to Handle Post-Election Misinformation, Even With a Presidential Winner Declared (Consumer Reports, Nov 7 2020)

Election misinformation is spreading with and without social media’s help (Fortune, Nov 6 2020)

When election disinformation is a domestic threat (PBS, Nov 6 2020)

Trump says the election is not over as ‘Stop the Steal’ and ‘voter fraud’ disinformation go viral on Facebook and Twitter (USA Today, Nov 6 2020)

GoFundMe takes down conservative fundraiser’s page for election misinformation (Politico, Nov 6 2020)

Tik Tok Takes Down Election Misinformation Aimed At Younger Users (Tech Crunch, Nov 4 2020)

U.S. Billionaires Got $1 Trillion Richer During Trump’s Term (Bloomberg, Oct 30 2020)

How a fake persona laid the groundwork for a Hunter Biden conspiracy deluge (NBC News, Oct 29 2020)

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