DFR Lab

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FounderAtlantic Council
Interests“Fake news”, “countering disinformation”, social media, Syria
Membership• Nika Aleksejeva
• Lukas Andriukaitis
• Nyka Aukstuolis
• Luiza Bandeira
• Donara Barojan
• Graham Brookie
• Emerson Brooking
• Eto Buziashvili
• Andy Carvin
• Kait Demchuk
• Kanishk Karan
• Ayushman Kaul
• Zarine Kharazian
• Ben Nimmo
• Roman Osadchuk
• Anna Pellgatta
• Esteban Ponce de Leon
• Iain Robertson
• Michael Sheldon
• Nick Yap

The Digital Forensic Research Lab, (the DFR Lab) is a group mentioned in Integrity Initiative Leak 7, and possibly other documents.

"It was not considered necessary to conduct due diligence on DFRLab, a project of the Atlantic Council."

Staff

It has had at least two members of staff in common with the Integrity Initiative/Institute for Statecraft group.[1]


 

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Zinc Network“Bringing together organisations including Zinc Network, the Institute for Statecraft, Aktis Strategy, Bellingcat, DFR Lab, the Media Diversity Institute, Toro Risk Solutions and Ecorys, our Consortium combines recognised market leaders in understanding, monitoring, and countering Kremlin-backed disinformation... This ecosystem of credible voices will continue to grow, exposing the actors and networks behind Kremlin-backed disinformation, reducing unwitting multipliers of disinformation, and building resilience amongst key target audiences across Europe.

We will mobilise a Network Hub based in London, led by an experienced Project Director, consisting of an agile team with core competencies augmented by a wider pool of vetted experts. Our approach is highly localised, based around regional clusters of actors who can collaborate to effectively undermine the disinformation

ecosystem in their respective areas and engage audiences most vulnerable to disinformation... It is a highly complex project involving coordination of many independent actors, and thus risk must be carefully managed and risk profiles constantly adapted, serving as the basis for all activity. The approach we propose is based on the identification, monitoring and management of risks as they materialise, allowing members to continue taking smart risks as they increase the scale and impact of their activities.”


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