An investigation to demonstrate how French speaking Belgians were hinted at searching for dubious sources when looking up the word “Donbass” in the Google search bar.
As hundreds of thousands of Twitter users are leaving the service after Elon Musk bought it, the CrossOver team decided to add another platform to its monitoring: Mastodon.
CrossOver will be presented at several webinars, conferences or discussions. Want to hear more about the project? It’s here.
Beijing is not pleased with a long-awaited United Nations report on human rights violations by China against the Uighurs in Xinjiang.
The second repatriation of women and children of Islamic State (ISIS) to Belgium provokes a lot of criticism. There is a lack of understanding, mistrust and a fear of new attacks. The return is stirring up public opinion on social media, as shown by data retrieved by CrossOver.
On June 9, we presented the methodology and lessons learnt from our investigation on “Are YouTube algorithms addicted to State-controlled media?”
CrossOver was at the heart of the debate on disinformation, entitled “Separating sense from nonsense” at Apache Day
The video platform Odysee is gaining popularity in France and the United States. The site claims to be free from censorship and prides itself on freedom of expression.
Since the ban of Russia Today and Sputnik in the EU, the CrossOver project has been observing that CGTN Français, a Chinese State-run media, replaced the Russian fed content on Youtube when looking up the word “Russia”.
On June 9th, the CrossOver project will present the results of its first investigation to the EDMO Belux network.
On June 4, Apache Day will take place in Kunstencentrum Vooruit in Ghent with in-depth debates, a film screening and much more food for thought