A history club that feeds propaganda media

The Club Front Line is connected with anti-Estonian influence activities through the Russian Embassy and propaganda media.

The Russian embassy is increasing Facebook activity

The activity of the Russian embassy in distributing propaganda messages has increased. Posts related to history and Soviet nostalgia are being widely distributed.

The Belarus information room is under pressure

There is a strong Russian influence in the Belarusian media space, which is reflected in the content of the media as well as in the form of ownership.

What is fact-checking activity based on?

Fact-checking has become a separate heading in many press publications, but what is this activity based on?

Has ERR stopped sharing news in pro-Kremlin groups?

Indeed, ERR’s account no longer posts its news to pro-Kremlin groups. However, ERR’s Russian-language editorial staff still does this from their personal accounts.

Lobbying activities-invisible attacks on Estonia

Alongside propaganda, there has been a lot less talk of the covert representation of Russia’s interests and goals – lobbying activities.

Who placed the poster at Maarjamäe?

Help Propastop find out who is behind the “SOS! Needs repair! ” poster on the memorial.

Connections with FB’s fact checking makes it possible to attack the press

Being a Facebook partner has led to a series of attacks on fact-checkers this spring and has raised the question of whether the press should be a FB fact-checker.

The Kremlin is preparing to restrict Baltic media channels

The Russian Foreign Ministry has been tasked with finding a solution to limit the harmful effects of the media in the Baltic nations and to counter the closure of RT’s channels.

Advertisers spent 25 million on anti-coronavirus news sites

The Global Disinformation Index (GDI) produces a weekly report that provides an overview of the “contribution” of advertising intermediaries to news portals that distribute anti-coronavirus messages through advertising and money.