Information manipulation aims to disrupt the social cohesion and electoral processes that keep democratic societies together.
We believe that these societies already contain strong forces against disinformation campaigns,
but that these forces are currently too isolated to confront well-organised actors.
And thus that collaboration, cooperation and mutualisation are the key towards effective action.
Within the Office of the French Ambassador for Digital Affairs, our team develops open tools to make this alignment happen.
Social networks label political ads. However, each country has different rules for acceptable usage of paid advertisement, which are not enforced by the operators. This tool allows citizens to view these ads and classify them, surfacing actors that do not respect the law.
Currently only available for France, our code is open-source and we would be happy to collaborate with you to expand to other countries. Send us an email!
We document best practices, tools and actors. This resource is open and collaborative, allowing all of those who counter information manipulation to improve the competence of the entire ecosystem.
A real-time chat that gathers actors, supports all the best practices identified in our encyclopedia, and offers the best tools as chatbots.
If you are reading this, then we would probably like to have you on board. Send us an email!