The professor of Pulmonology at the University of Crete, Nikos Tzanakis, spoke harshly about those who spread fake news about the coronavirus and the vaccine, describing them as "murderers". He stressed that appropriate legal action should be taken to turn such acts into criminal acts, as they affect many people, leading them even to death.
Parliament members belonging to the newly entered extremist party Alliance for the Unity of Romanians (AUR) rise placards to protesting against COVID 19 measures. The placards read: 'REOPEN THE SCHOOLS'. EPA-EFE/ROBERT GHEMENT
Ljubljana – Almost 90% of Slovenians aged 16-74 used the internet regularly in the first quarter of 2021, show data released by the Statistics Office on Thursday. When surfing the net, some 58% of them (912,340 users) encountered fake or dubious information on social media or news portals and 37% of them went on to check the facts.
The Albanian government has come under criticism from the opposition and rights groups after it decided on Saturday to establish a new Agency for Media and Information that will centralise the government's media messaging, sparking allegations that Prime Minister Edi Rama's administration is seeking to evade media scrutiny.
After many successful attempts, he admits that magnetism is nothing more than a magic trick, according to AP
News agencies are sources of real, truthful, reliable content, and the support and collaboration between these media institutions are of great importance in the fight against the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and against misinformation, consider the participants in the conference of the Association of the Balkan News Agencies - Southeast Europe (ABNA-SE), with the theme "Media and News Agenc
The role of media experts in countering misinformation in emerging and established democracies during the COVID-19 and the post-COVID period was debated on Monday at the "Two Democratic Societies in Transition: Exploring the Dynamics of a Post-COVID World (# TDST2021)" International Conference, organized by the "Danubius" University of Galati.
In recent years, the world has witnessed an array of strategies and tactics for waging a "new cold war". Propaganda and disinformation are among the most important and powerful instruments in this war. Montenegro is vulnerable to these trends, as well as to the disinformation strategies and tactics imported from other countries.