Lisa-Maria Neudert is a DPhil Student researching technical, regulatory and civil society countermeausres to online propaganda and media manipulation.
Lisa-Maria Neudert is a researcher at the Computational Propaganda project, where her work is located at the nexus of political communication, technology studies and governance. Her previous research has focused on propanda, social bots and fake news—in its relation to the evolving digital media ecosystem. Lisa-Maria holds a MSc in Social Science of the Internet from the University of Oxford and a BA in Communication Science from the Ludwig-Maxmilians-University in Munich. Selected as a Fulbright scholar she studied at the Georgetown University in Washington DC and the National University of Singapore.
digital media, government and politics, Internet regulation and governance, political communication, news
Participants: Professor Philip Howard, Dr Vidya Narayanan, Mimie Liotsiou, Lisa-Maria Neudert, Samantha Bradshaw
This project will focus on how bots, algorithms and other forms of automation are used by political actors in countries around the world.
5 March 2018 The Economist
The Mueller indictment reveals some of the Kremlin’s tactics
2 March 2018 BBC News
Twitter has asked for help in devising a "health check" to measure its contribution to public conversation.
8 February 2018 BBC News
Lisa-Maria Neudert, a researcher with the Computational Propaganda Project at the Oxford Internet Institute, said that there were "a lot of parallels" between the trolls' strategy on Tumblr and other social media sites.
31 January 2018 Al Jazeera
Lisa-Maria Neudert speaks to Al Jazeera on changes to Facebook's newsfeed.
29 January 2018 CMS
Lisa-Maria Neudert takes part in a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
16 January 2018 BBC Business Daily
Facebook is changing its news feed algorithms, but will it make engagement on the site more 'meaningful'? We hear how businesses and publishers will be affected from Lisa-Maria Neudert, a researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute.