Government policy documents
February 19, 2019
United Kingdom (UK)
Subject tag: Advertising | Algorithmic systems | Disinformation and misinformation | Privacy and data protection | Terrorism and violent extremism
This is the Final Report in an inquiry on disinformation that has spanned over 18 months, covering individuals’ rights over their privacy, how their political choices might be affected and influenced by online information, and interference in political elections both in this country and across the world—carried out by malign forces intent on causing disruption and confusion.
[This entry was sourced with minor edits from the Carnegie Endowment’s Partnership for Countering Influence Operations and its baseline datasets initiative. You can find more information here: https://ceip.knack.com/pcio-baseline-datasets]
The UK Parliamentary Committee on Digital, Culture, Media and Sport hosts a Sub-Committee on Disinformation to explore legislative solutions to the issue of disinformation in the United Kingdom. The sub-committee[...]
Subject tag: Disinformation and misinformation | Government transparency | Public Policy | Research