Below we show a series of resources against disinformation, which we have identified in the framework of this project. It is not a definitive list, but a list created by the research team, taken into account for the development of the project:

  1. European code of practice on disinformation. URL:
  2. European action plan against disinformation. URL:
  3. Report Disinformation in Cyberspace (CCN-CNI). URL:
  4. European Parliament Report Disinformation and Propaganda in the EU. URL:
  5. Global fact-checking network. URL:
  6. Maldita: Iniciativas de fact-checking (España). URL:
  7. Newtral: Fact-checking initiatives (Spain) (España). URL:
  8. Salud sin Bulos: Initiatives of fact-checking (Spain). URL:
  9. La Chistera: El Confidencial (Spain) fact-checking initiative. URL:
  10. Checking: Latin America fact-checking service. URL:
  11. Google search engine to check the veracity of the information. URL:
  12. AFP Factual (Information verified by AFP in Latin America). URL:
  13. Portugal fact-checking service. URL:
  14. Lie Detector (Univision). URL:
  15. ChileCheck (CNN). URL:
  16. PolitiFact (The Poynter Institute). URL:
  17. Fact-Checker of The Washington Post. URL:
  18. The initiative of the Public Policy Center of the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. URL:
  19. Wafana: Data verification organization in Germany. URL:
  20. United Kingdom: BBC Reality Check. URL:
  21. France: Verifier of Le Monde. URL:
  22. First Draft News (International platform involving Al Jazeera, BBC, Bloomberg, CNN, The New York Times, and The Telegraph. URL:
  23. United Kingdom: Full Fact. URL:
  24. Italy: Pagella Politica. URL:
  25. Norway: Faktisk. URL:
  26. United States: URL:

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