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Physical and virtual violence against journalists is making it harder to stop the spread of disinformation and hate speech.
Nine out of ten young people in Norway are on social media and are exposed to a great deal of advertising from influencers. New research from OsloMet maps how this marketing affects young people.
Norway is widely recognised as an egalitarian country, yet the media industry has failed to live up to this ideal.
During the Panama Papers leak, journalists made use of machine learning to organise data. A new research project will explore how such methods can be employed in investigative journalism.
A study shows that political parties tend to hide hate speech on Facebook rather than deleting it. This is unfortunate, according to journalism professor Karoline Andrea Ihlbæk.
There are some common mistakes the media and health authorities make when communicating a pandemic threat, according to Professor Harald Hornmoen.