Tackling Disinformation during the invasion of Ukraine
Amid the ongoing invasion of Ukraine, disinformation operations are targeting the citizens of Russia, Ukraine, and the world at large, obscuring the truth and propagating harmful false narratives.
Russia’s attack is both digital and physical, and it is all of our responsibilities to ensure access to reliable and verifiable information during such times of crisis and conflict. Logically is working hard with partners to protect the integrity of information circulating about the invasion.
As well as working directly with our platform partners to identify and tackle disinformation circulating online, Logically is currently supporting two NATO countries with their response operations during the crisis, providing 24/7 monitoring and threat intelligence services.
We are making our threat intelligence and fact-checking capabilities and resources available to organizations globally who are working to make an impact and contribute to the fight against harmful disinformation relating to Ukraine.
Collaboration in times of crisis is key and please do get in touch to learn more about our resources and current initiatives.
Our fact-checking team is working around the clock to help debunk misinformation related to the conflict.
Our dedicated fact-checking team are continually conducting in-depth fact-checks relating to the Ukraine crisis, and are supporting civil society initiatives, including the #UkraineFacts initiative with the International Fact-Checking Network.
An image still from a video shows Oleksandra Zelenska, Volodymyr Zelenskyy's daughter, disowning her father for killing Ukrainian people during the Russian invasion.
A letter proves that the General Commander of the Polish Armed Forces ordered troops to invade western Ukraine.
Nestlé has not stopped its business operations in Russia.
Chinese state television displayed a map showing how Russia will be divided among other countries after its collapse.
This image shows a bridge that was destroyed in the Kursk region in Russia on May 1, 2022.
Access to accurate information during times of crisis is crucial. We all have a responsibility to protect ourselves and our networks from disinformation and propaganda during this conflict by ensuring we are only sharing reliable and verified information online. Logically’s fact-check library is constantly being updated with analysis of the most prominent claims circulating and below are some helpful articles to help you navigate the information you encounter.
We’re working with different partners on how to best tackle the disinformation and propaganda being spread during this time. Please get in touch to discuss how we can contribute to any initiatives that can better the quality of information for anyone being impacted by this conflict.