Lisa-Maria Neudert

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Junk News during the EU Parliamentary Elections

Access to accurate information about politics and electoral processes is critical to the health of democratic systems. With this in mind, this data memo examines the quality and quantity of political news and information that social media users were sharing across seven European languages (English, ...

2019-05-21T07:07:34+01:00May 21st, 2019|Research, Working Papers & Data Memos|

Lisa-Maria Neudert provides expert commentary for Germany’s Digital Agenda Committee

Lisa-Maria Neudert was one of six invited experts who took part in a public debate on Wednesday, 10 April 2019 in German Parliament. Lisa-Maria Neudert vom Oxford Internet Institute berichtete, dass das Thema Desinformation zwar im politischen Mainstream Deutschlands angekommen sei, man sich aber immer noch in der Phase der ...

2019-04-29T11:28:48+01:00April 29th, 2019|Impact, Past Events, Presentations & Talks|

Polarization, Partisanship and Junk News Consumption on Social Media During the 2018 US Midterm Elections

In the United States, social media platforms serve significant volumes of junk political news and information during important moments in political life—particularly elections. In this data memo, we examine the sources of political news and information that were shared by social media users in the ...

2018-11-01T10:22:11+01:00November 1st, 2018|Research, Working Papers & Data Memos|

News and Political Information Consumption in Sweden: Mapping the 2018 Swedish General Election on Twitter

Abstract In Sweden, concerns over misinformation and computational propaganda and their effect on the democratic process are on the rise. In this data memo, we analyse political news and information shared over Twitter in the period leading up to the 2018 Swedish General Election. We ...

2018-09-06T00:11:09+01:00September 6th, 2018|Research, Working Papers & Data Memos|

Commentary: Lisa-Maria Neudert on smart bots

Future elections may be swayed by intelligent, weaponized chatbots The battle against propaganda bots is an arm’s race for our democracy. It’s one we may be about to lose. Bots—simple computer scripts—were originally designed to automate repetitive tasks like organizing content or conducting network maintenance, ...

2018-08-24T23:57:57+01:00August 24th, 2018|Public Scholarship|

News and Political Information Consumption in Mexico: Mapping the 2018 Mexican Presidential Election on Twitter and Facebook

In Mexico, there are rising concerns over computational propaganda and the political polarization it may cause. In this data memo, we analyze data about political news and information shared over Twitter and Facebook in the period leading up to the 2018 Mexican presidential election. We ...

2018-06-29T18:06:36+01:00June 29th, 2018|Working Papers & Data Memos|

Coverage: Polarization, Partisanship, and Junk News

The latest data memo by Vidya Narayanan, Vlad Barash, John Kelly, Bence Kollanyi, Lisa-Maria Neudert, and Phil Howard received extensive international coverage, including: The Guardian Washington Post Financial Times Newsweek McClatchy Mother Jones The Independent Toronto Star The Week Huffington Post Psychology Today   It also kicked ...

2018-02-15T09:52:50+01:00February 11th, 2018|In the News|