Katarina Rebello is a student on the MSc in Social Science of the Internet.
Katarina is an MSc candidate at the OII. She was previously the Director of CODE in Washington DC, where she worked with US federal agencies and other governments around the world to use data and technological change for the public good.
Alternative News Networks – Understanding the spread and influence of disinformation, propaganda, and divisive political news content in the UK online information ecosystem
Participants: Dr Jonathan Bright, Professor Philip Howard, Dr Scott Hale, Hannah Bailey, Mona Elswah, Megha Mishra, Dr Vidya Narayanan, Marcel Schliebs, Christian Schwieter, Katarina Rebello, Ali Arsalan Pasha Siddiqui, Karolina Werens
This project seeks to understand the health of the UK online information ecosystem, including tracking the spread of divisive and misleading content.
State-backed media from China and Russia targets European and Latin American audiences with coronavirus news
29 June 2020
News stories on coronavirus in French, German, and Spanish languages are being published by state-backed outlets from China, Russia, Iran, and Turkey.
29 June 2020 The Globe Post
State-backed media outlets from China, Russia, Turkey, and Iran are targeting Western audiences with misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic in European languages.