Information warfare in the Internet. Exposing and countering pro-Kremlin disinformation in the CEE countries

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  • Teaching children to distinguish fake news from the real ones as early as at primary school; 
  • naming & shaming the authors of disinformation stories;
  • regular meetings between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Defence with journalists so as to expose disinformation techniques used against the government offices;
  • as well as raising public awareness about pro-Kremlin disinformation via public media

— these are just a few recommendations drafted in the report “Information warfare in the Internet” prepared by six think tanks from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Slovakia, and Ukraine in the framework of the project co-financed  with the International Visegrad Fund and led by the Centre for International Relations:

Information warfare in the Internet. Exposing and countering pro-Kremlin disinformation in the Central and Eastern European Countries

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