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Featured Chart: Use of Facebook & WhatsApp Groups for News (% DNR 2019 by Reuters Institute)

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At the #IJPP20 Conference talking about Political Fragmentation Online

The videos of the panels of the The International Journal of Press/Politics annual conference are available on Youtube. They feature a range of interesting presentations from colleagues from 36 different countries. Here, I presented our work on political fragmentation on social media using a Structural Topic Model approach. This is

Fake News and Disinformation: Audiences, Public Opinion and Regulatory Frameworks

Among the range of interesting (virtual) seminars taking place last summer, I had the pleasure to join my colleages at Meso Argentina for the talk on "Noticias Falsas y Desinformación: Audiencias, Opinión Pública y Marclos Regulatorios" (Fake News and Disinformation: Audiences, Public Opinión and Regulatory Frameworks). My presentation focused on the

New Reuters Factsheet: Toxic Conversations on Twitter during the Covid-19 pandemic

In this RISJ Factsheet, we assess the volume and patterns of toxic conversations on social media during the Covid-19 pandemic. We specifically analyse worldwide conversations on Twitter targeting the World Health Organization (WHO), a central actor during the pandemic. Download here the factsheet to read all the results. Toxic messages amount