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Article Series on the Governance of Desinformation

Article Series on the Governance of Desinformation

How can the challenges in the governance of disinformation be addressed on a conceptual, empirical and institutional level? A three-part open access article series on this topic has been published in the online journal Internet Policy Review. The articles are based on an expert workshop organised by the Digital Disinformation Hub in February 2022 on the topic of "Opportunities in Disinformation Research from a Governance Perspective". The papers address the conceptual challenges, the empirical evidence and the potential of new institutions for the governance of disinformation.
Naomi AppelmanDr. Stephan Dreyer, Pranav Manjesh Bidare and Keno C. Potthast discuss the conceptual challenges in the context of disinformation governance. In doing so, they show why the current focus on truth/falsehood and intention bear both risks and uncertainties from a legal point of view, and suggests we instead focus on the potential to harm.

Appelman, N.; Dreyer, S.; Bidare, P. M.; Potthast, K. C. (2022): Truth, Intention and Harm. Conceptual Challenges for Disinformation-targeted Governance. In: Internet Policy Review (online).

Pranav Manjesh BidareDr. Stephan Dreyer and Dr. Clara Iglesias Keller discuss the empirical evidence for disinformation governance in their article.
Bidare, P. M.; Dreyer, S.; Iglesias Keller, C. (2022). Between Evidence and Policy: Bridging the Gap in Disinformation Regulation. In: Internet Policy Review (online).

Martin FertmannBharath Ganesh, Robert Gorwa and Lisa-Maria Neudert discuss the potential of new institutions for the governance of disinformation.
Fertmann, M.; Ganesh, B.; Gorwa, R.; Neudert, L.-M. (2022): Hybrid Institutions for Disinformation Governance. Between Imaginative and Imaginary. In: Internet Policy Review (online).


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