The law and policy turn from ‘fake news’ to online disinformation: European and national perspectives

Introduction

The starting point for this research project, lead by Tarlach McGonagle, was a 2018 study on “fake news” that was commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. The project has expanded from that study to generate further academic output. This project page brings together the main output.

Media and news items

Publicaties

Nieuwenhuis, A.

Fake news: een plaatsbepaling

Mediaforum, 2018 (6), pp. 166-170, 2019.

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Coche, E.

'Fake news' en desinformatie in België: weinig zorgen, problemen voor morgen?: Een analyse van dit mediafenomeen in België

Mediaforum, 2018 (6), pp. 185-189, 2019.

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M. Klus, Plaizier, C.

'Nepnieuws' in Nederland: verschijningsvormen van en potentiële oplossingen voor dit containerbegrip

Mediaforum, 2018 (6), pp. 190-193, 2019.

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McGonagle, T.

De Raad van Europa en online desinformatie: laveren tussen zorgen en zorgplichten?

Mediaforum, 2018 (6), pp. 180-184, 2018.

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Coche, E.

‘Fake news’ and online disinformation: Case study – Belgium

2018.

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Coche, E., Klus, M., McGonagle, T., Plaizier, C.

Inventarisatie methodes om “nepnieuws” tegen te gaan

2018.

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Coche, E., Klus, M., McGonagle, T., Plaizier, C.

An inventory of measures to counter "fake news"

2018.

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McGonagle, T.

“Fake news”: False fears or real concerns?

Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 35 (4), pp. 203-209, 2017.

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