COMBATING ONLINE DISINFORMATION
The DNC is committed to harnessing its resources to protect the democratic process in the U.S., but we can’t do it alone. Digital disinformation is a whole-of-society problem, and it will take a whole-of-society approach — involving social media companies, government, the media, campaigns, and the general public — to begin to address the challenges. In order to encourage the necessary action, the DNC is rolling out a series of recommendations on how each can do its part to confront online disinformation.
What We're Doing and Why It Matters: DNC Counter Disinformation Program DNC Recommendations for Combating Online Disinformation - General Public DNC Recommendations for Combating Online Disinformation - Campaigns DNC Recommendations for Combating Online Disinformation - Comparative Social Media Policy Analysis DNC Recommendations for Combating Online Disinformation - Legislation Stanford Cyber Policy Center Guidelines on How to Responsibly Report on Hacks and Disinformation
This problem, and the solutions we seek, will inevitably change over time. We continue to review the threat landscape and will adjust our recommendations as the issue evolves.