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European Approach to Tackling Fake News – A Grayling Policy Briefing

7th May 2018


The European Commission adopted a non-binding Communication on Tackling Disinformation on the 26th of April which provides guidelines, including a suggested EU-wide Code of Practice, for promoting a healthy relationship between the media and civil society.

To find out more please check out our briefing below.


Grayling Team

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