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Our latest coverage of the Russia-Ukraine War.
New ISD research shows Facebook and Twitter are presenting users searching for news about Ukraine with pro-Kremlin material and information from unverified sources.
This second Dispatch in our four-part series explores the Azov Regiment in Ukraine, debunking pro-Kremlin claims that Ukraine is ‘neo-Nazi’ and anti-NATO conspiracy narratives.
This is the first of four Dispatches unpacking the narratives and tropes of pro-Kremlin actors claiming Ukraine to be a fascist state.
ISD’s blog for the latest in data-driven research on hate, disinformation and extremism.
This dispatch explores how Twitter policies designed to tackle anti-LGBTQ+ hatred are failing to address the onslaught of hate campaigns directed at the queer community on the platform.
Ein Dispatch mit Handlungsoptionen zum Themenfeld „Öffentliche Gesundheit“, die zunehmend von demokratiefeindlichen Akteur:innen unterwandert wird. Folgend und Lösungen für Initiativen der Globalen Gesundheit.
ISD investigation highlights just how easy it is to sell guns on Facebook.
Featured research from across our work

This study provides an overview of the key communities which were actively spreading mis- and disinformation on social media ahead of the 2022 French elections.
This report focusses on online spaces used by disinformation actors as they move away from mainstream platforms, and outlines the barriers to mitigating the harmful activity.
ISD joined other researchers in France to monitor information manipulation online meant to sway public opinion during the 2022 French elections. These were our findings.