Budapest Symposium Participants

Where are the limitations of freedom of expression in the online media sphere? Where should the states, private companies or communities regulate their and each other’s conduct? What is the role of the government? Is there any connection between a platform’s business interest and a state’s regulatory duty?

Report on Riga COMPACT Symposium

“Disinformation, Media Literacy, and Social Media Regulation” The symposium was organized by the University of Latvia Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) on the 10th of December. Latvian researchers and opinion leaders, together with European partners, presented the latest findings in the disinformation and media literacy field as well as discussed the future challenges that the…

NOVI SAD 10th International Conference THE BRIDGES OF MEDIA EDUCATION 2018

Fighting fake news and hoaxes in the age of convergence: evaluation of fact-checking and debunking organizations’ performance Bissera Zankova, Media 21 Foundation,Bulgaria   Abstract The successful fight against fake news and hoaxes requires not only a careful study of the nature and impact of these phenomena but identifying the possible paths and instruments for combating…