In this episode of "Disinformation," host Paul Brandus and analyst Meredith Wilson explore the overwhelming amount of information that bombards us each day. Dr. Daniel Levitin, a cognitive psychologist and author, explains that we are faced with five times more information than ever before, making it difficult to discern what is true and what is not. The rise of social media and tribalism further complicates this issue, as we tend to trust and align with like-minded individuals.
[00:00:30] Information overload.
[00:06:52] Cyber operations and information operations.
[00:09:08] Monitoring social media tools.
[00:14:47] Information integrity map.
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