Headlines displayed by Google News are highly trusted and spread fast. Yet Google’s algorithms can’t always tell the difference between journalism and propaganda, as shown by a review of results about Estonia in English.
A new tool called ChatGPT highlights the dangers of AI being used by propagandists. So we asked the AI to explain the risks in its own words.
Putin has tied so much of his reputation to Russia’s war on Ukraine that it is dangerous in Russia to question why the Russian military is failing. Yet even Putin’s biggest supporters are angry.
We found around 50 companies based in Estonia that still use Estonian consumers’ money to fund Kremlin propaganda channels.
The Civic Resilience Initiative (CRI), a Lithuanian NGO helping combat hostile propaganda, has just released a comprehensive new report examining and debunking false Russian narratives targeting audiences in the Baltic nations.
Not for the first time, the Kremlin accuses others of what it is itself doing. We fact checked the key claims about the “Kaliningrad blockade” (that isn’t a blockade).
Propastop has identified 17 Facebook groups of concern operating in Estonia. Here’s how to help combat their hate and misinformation.
In a country where there has been no clear expression of ideology for years, and no talk of tendencies towards propaganda, everything has changed in recent months.
A staged fake news story about an activist attacked in Lasnamäe was published in the environment of Vkontakte.