• Tackling disinformation on social media platforms

    Ariel Bogle     |      November 19, 2020

    The speed with which falsehoods can outpace truth and spread around the world has been noted since the 18th century, but the Republican spin campaign to dispute the 2020 Presidential election result has again highlighted the role of social media platforms in spreading – or limiting – ‘fake news’.

  • Beware disinformation around COVID vaccines

    Elise Thomas     |      August 24, 2020

    Policymakers, media outlets, social media platforms and vaccine manufacturers should be aware that politically motivated disinformation is only likely to increase as the race for a Covid-19 vaccine intensifies.

  • Engage the public in the fight against foreign interference

    Katherine Mansted     |      December 10, 2019

    Australian citizens are frontline actors in today’s national security challenges: as targets of malign interference and coercion, victims of collateral damage, and agents of national resilience.