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How we saved Chelsea Manning's life: when activists, lawyers and journalists mobilize together online

How we saved Chelsea Manning’s life: when activists, lawyers and journalists mobilize together online

Evan Greer, campaign director of Fight for the Future and Manning’s friend, has been one of the loudest voices in thе fight to free Chelsea Manning.
Internet Memes: Misinformation Machines or Vectors of Truth?

Internet Memes: Misinformation Machines or Vectors of Truth?

Journalists haven't been the most savvy when it comes to memes. How can we learn more about this phenomenon and contextualise them in society?
Electionland: the biggest social newsgathering project ever

Electionland: the biggest social newsgathering project ever

During the U.S. election day in November 2016, the collaborative project Electionland tracked and covered voting problems in real time across the whole country.
Doing journalism in Egypt: from the Arab spring to El-Sisi

Doing journalism in Egypt: from the Arab spring to El-Sisi

After the 2011 revolution was followed by a military coup, the violent repression of human rights raised exponentially the risks both to Egyptian journalists not aligned with the regime and to foreign correspondents.
China: between digital and social media

China: between digital and social media

Technology, with internet and social media, has offered a new platform for public opinion. But it has also empowered censorship, offering more techniques to control content distributed via internet.
Panel discussion: 'Fake News' and the misinformation ecosystem

Panel discussion: ‘Fake News’ and the misinformation ecosystem

Claire Wardle energically kicked off debate on fake news, calling everybody to take their responsibility to tackle the issue. Aine Kerr referred what Facebook is doing to address it, Craig Silverman framed the issue and suggested paths to regain trust of the readers, while Mark Little and Alexios Mantzarlis brought the perspectives of Storyful and...