Sorry, not sorry: The political pseudo apology
On 5 April, Labour’s deputy leader, Daniel Micallef, said
Wash, rinse, repeat
When The Shift started monitoring government disinformation tactics in
Surge in racist and hate speech online following government decisions
Online hate has surfaced repeatedly over the past few
State-sponsored trolling continued even after Caruana Galizia’s death
Malta was one of the few countries where State-sponsored
The march of the dark brigade
How can journalists fight back against threats and violence?
Liberal laws, illiberal uses
A lot has been said about the judge, Giovanni
They said it in 2018
We’ve heard and seen a great deal in 2018.
Schroedinger’s (Mus)Cat
In most areas of our life we all understand
Disinformation #27: Manipulation of the NAO report on the power station deal
The National Audit Office (NAO) on Wednesday published its
Malta for Dummies #11: Gender-based violence in words and action
Equality Minister, Helena Dalli, launched the annual ‘16 days
Public roles and private rants
In an ideal world, you can say whatever you
The State of Siege
“Isn’t it fascinating that Nazis always manage to adopt
PN files motion to strip Tony Zarb of national award
Opposition Leader Adrian Delia filed a parliamentary motion to
Disinformation Watch #20: Joseph Muscat at the UN
Last week, Joseph Muscat delivered his annual speech to
Disinformation Watch #16: The Rule of Law – a fascist reinterpretation
The rule of law is one of those concepts
The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
There is one “ruthless mastermind” the country is after
Disinformation Watch #4: ‘traitors’ and ‘enemies of the state’
In a disinformation strategy as old as populism itself,
What women are still up against
Former GWU chief Tony Zarb’s comments were just the