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Alum authors a report on computerized fake news in elections | Oxford Internet Institute

June 19, 2017


Dan Arnaudo

Oxford Internet Institute

Jackson School alumnus Daniel Arnaudo (MAIS, 2014), a specialist in Internet governance, has published a new report discussing computational propaganda in Brazil.

Computational propaganda is a form of automated accounts (bots) spreading information, algorithmic manipulation and fake news to shape public opinion.

The report, released by the Oxford Internet Institute on Computational Propaganda in Brazil, is part of a larger project, covering nine countries including the U.S., China, Russia, Germany and Canada.
Click here to read the full report