Content Moderation


UX of Wikipedia Credibility

WikiUX takes a user-centred approach to address credibility. The project examines how end-users respond to different types of credibility signals, such as the structure of the page, tone of writing, and placement of citations within Wikipedia articles, as well as Wikipedia content that exists elsewhere on the web, such as within information cards on search and social platforms.

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Ranking Digital Rights

Ranking Digital Rights (RDR) works to promote freedom of expression and privacy on the internet by creating global standards and incentives for companies to respect and protect users’ rights. We do this by ranking the world’s most powerful internet, mobile, and telecommunications companies on relevant commitments and policies, based on international human rights standards. We work with companies as well as advocates, researchers, investors, and policymakers to establish and advance global standards for corporate accountability.

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Lead Stories

Lead Stories is an innovative fact checking and debunking website at the intersection of big data and journalism that launched in 2015. Our editorial team originally used the technology provided by Trendolizer™ (patent granted) to quickly find the most trending content on the internet to write about, but our mantra has always been "Just Because It's Trending Doesn't Mean It's True."

Information Resistance

Information Resistance is a non-governmental project whose main task is to counteract in the information field external threats arising for Ukraine in the main areas: military, economic and energy, as well as in information security.

It is a website offering news and analysis of overall Russian aggression against Ukraine, including disinformation components. It conducts analysis and fact-checking on disinformation in Ukraine related to military, economic, energy, and security.
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First Draft

Today, we need access to the truth more than ever before. But in this polluted information environment, it’s never been harder to know what to trust, and never easier to be misled. Misinformation is targeting and damaging our communities, all around the world.

At First Draft, our mission is to protect communities from harmful misinformation. We work to empower society with the knowledge, understanding, and tools needed to outsmart false and misleading information.


FakerFact is an Artificial Intelligence tool built to help us understand more about what we read.

Fact Mata

Fact checking startup; "Our mission is to help the world understand the quality, credibility, safety and reliability of online information. We are building fair and transparent AI-based tools that empower users to critically evaluate content quality, and protect businesses from supporting hateful, biased, deceptive or factually incorrect content online. Our technology does not replace people. In fact, it relies on the knowledge of experts, and the curated feedback of crowds, to make it better.

Doble Check

Doble Check is a public discourse auditing project financed by the University of Costa Rica and which operates as a project affiliated with Radio Stations UCR.

We are a nonpartisan initiative. Our trade is born from fake news , or nonsense, in good Spanish. We also take the pulse of false, misleading, or half-truth claims in political discourse and in media publications.

Disinfo Portal is a one-stop interactive online portal and guide to the Kremlin’s information war. The portal aggregates open source research and journalism from the United States and Europe and presents it in a user-friendly way, with timely multimedia content produced by the Atlantic Council and its partners explaining Russia’s ongoing influence operations.

Dirt Protocol

DIRT is a protocol for decentralized information curation that uses token staking to incentivize honesty. DIRT is not a Token Curated Registry (TCR). DIRT is a protocol to build TCRs.