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Fri, Mar 26, 2021

FAST THINKING: A glimpse into our digital future at the latest tech hearing on Capitol Hill

This wasn’t just another tech hearing. It was the first since the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill. It was focused on extremism and misinformation. And our team at the Digital Forensic Research Lab, which is all over these issues, tells us that lawmakers came at their questioning in a new way that offers insight into what our digital future could look like.

Fast Thinking by Atlantic Council

Digital Policy Disinformation

Wed, Feb 10, 2021

Atlantic Council’s DFRLab publishes new report in Just Security: #StopTheSteal: A timeline of social media and extremist activities leading up to 1/6 insurrection

In-depth investigation offers the most comprehensive timeline for #StopTheSteal to date.

Report

Disinformation United States and Canada
Interference2020

Tue, Sep 29, 2020

Making sense of foreign interference claims on the eve of the 2020 US election

The DFRLab launches an interactive, open-source database that captures allegations of foreign interference relevant to the 2020 election. It assesses the credibility, objectivity, evidence, transparency, and impact of each claim.

Elections 2020 by Digital Forensic Research Lab

Disinformation Elections

Jacqueline Malaret is a program assistant at the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) based in Washington, DC. Jacqueline received a bachelor’s degree in international affairs from George Washington University and Sciences Po Paris, with an emphasis on national security politics and comparative political, economic, and social systems. During her undergraduate studies Jacqueline worked as a peer writing preceptor for a course on nuclear security. Her interest in disarmament and arms control led her to the DFRLab, where she conducts research on, and advocates for institutional policies which promote digital resilience in the public and private sector.