1.2 COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE, Computer Sciences
This work explores the effects of misinformation and disinformation upon national attitudes towards the EU. Several nations, in particular the Russian Federation, have been working for decades to spread narratives that debase the political processes of healthy democracies around the world. There is strong evidence to show that extensive efforts have been made to disrupt the inner workings and overall membership of the EU, to support disruptive policies in the United States such that political deadlock is maintained indefinitely. These efforts are largely based on the spreading of misinformation and disinformation across social networks that have done very little to attempt to protect the discourse that they provide.
Murphy, A. (2023). The Effects of Disinformation Upon National Attitudes Towards the EU and it's Institutions. [Technological University Dublin].
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