The Global Disinformation Index (GDI) aims to disrupt, defund and down-rank disinformation sites. We collectively work with governments, business and civil society. We operate on three core principles of neutrality, independence and transparency.
Their mission is to catalyse change within the tech industry to disrupt the incentives to create and disseminate disinformation online.
Neutrality: The GDI is non-political and non-partisan. Our Advisory Panel consists of international experts in disinformation, indices and technology. Our Technical Advisory Group provides best practice guidance for designing disinformation risk ratings that are unbiased, neutral and trusted. A Governing Board will be established to oversee our operations and accountability.
Independence: The GDI is a not-for-profit organisation based in the United Kingdom. Our funding comes from a range of sources including governments, philanthropies, and companies. No single funding source is to make up more than 33% of our total funding base.
Transparency: Our research methodologies and findings are in the public domain to review, debate and discuss. Our index methodology and process for selecting sites to review are published. All of our funding sources are made public. Our list of funders will be continually updated online.
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