Hoaxlines is a disinformation database from Novel Science, a science communication project researching media manipulation and malign influence. Our work has been cited by investigative journalists, fact-checking websites internationally, advocacy groups, and expert resources.
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Examples of work citing Hoaxlines or Novel Science
No License For Disinformation. Recommended resources. No License For Disinformation. (2022)
GLP. Russia has long used social media to undermine consensus science behind GMOs, vaccines and other Western-based technologies. Genetic Literacy Project. (2022)
Larsson, Å. Tejpas till stolpar och förnedras – här är bakgrunden till bilderna - Källkritikbyrån. Källkritikbyrån. (2022)
Pasternack, A. How hackers in Belarus are complicating Putin’s Ukraine invasion. Fast Company. (2022)
Gensing, P. Russische Propaganda im Netz: Die Armee der Trolle. tagesschau.de. (2022)
Li, E Rosalie. Russia Likely behind Viral Twitter Thread Claiming Ukrainians Torturing Each Other; Thread Shared By Western Far Left and Far Right Figures. Global Influence Operations Report (2022)
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We are nonpartisan in that we do not favor political groups, but neither do we attempt to give equal time to arguments of unequal merit—to do so would be misleading. Put another way, our concern is that our work reflects a comprehensive and contextualized view of the facts, free from media manipulation tactics.