The Election Integrity Partnership was officially formed on July 26, 2020 — 100 days before the 2020 presidential election — as a coalition of research entities who would focus on supporting real-time information exchange between the research community, election officials, government agencies, civil society organizations, and social media platforms. The Partnership was formed between four of the nation’s leading institutions focused on understanding misinformation in the social media landscape: the Stanford Internet Observatory, Graphika, the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab, and the University of Washington’s Center for an Informed Public. This is the final report of their findings.
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- Cyber Policy Center
- Freeman Spogli Institute
- Political Science
- Political Science / Public Policy
- Social media
- Stanford Internet Observatory