Our mission is to catalyse change. We aim to disrupt the business model of disinformation, breaking the perverse incentives that exist to create and disseminate disinformation online.See more
GDI provides independent, neutral and transparent data and intelligence to advise policymakers and business leaders about how to combat disinformation and its creators.See more
We’re a data-driven organisation. Explore our latest research into disinformation and its harms.
GDI's briefing on elections integrity adversarial narratives within ad-funded disinformation in the lead up to the 2022 midterm elections.
GDI analysed current ad tech policies and their enforcement in the present policy landscape. Read our recommendations on how to strengthen initiatives aimed at protecting our online spaces from harmful content.
GDI has examined the current legislation approaches of a dozen countries to address the problem of disinformation. Our study provides an overview and captures the gaps in the approaches of these governments that need to be addressed.
GDI assesses disinformation risk in media markets around the world. Explore our latest country reports here.
GDI, In collaboration with Digitally Right Limited, has released a new report analysing the disinformation risks in Bangladesh’s media market based on a study of 33 news domains.
In collaboration with the Institute for the Next Generation of Journalism and Media at Waseda University, GDI has released a new report assessing the disinformation risk of Japan’s media market based on a study of 33 domains.
This report presents findings regarding the disinformation risks for the media market in the Philippines, based on a study of 35 domains.
Want to learn about the breaking news, trends, and thought leadership within the information ecosystem? Read GDI’s latest.
Designing the next generation of internet regulations.
TikTok is currently dominating the social media space — and regulators need to catch up.
What would it take to equip tech companies with the regulatory tools required to reduce the harm caused by their products?