The Digital Democracy Room is a project run by the Department of Public Policy Analysis of the Getulio Vargas Foundation – FGV DAPP of Brazil in association with Linterna Verde with the goal of monitoring and analyzing digital conversations during election seasons.
These are the articles that have been published in “La Silla Vacia”:
Attacks as trends. The semi-bot strategy
Dec 10, 2019
The appearance of this attack on the President was not a coincidence. It is part of coordinated actions that, from different political and ideological sectors, try to manipulate and polarize the debate on social media.
Being alarmed is a question of method: the contagion of November 21/22 in Cali/Bogota
Dec 2, 2019
At Linterna Verde, we analyzed these two frenzied nights to understand the relationship between what happened ‘offline’ and the messy debate on the internet. And, in the end, how much coordination there really was.
#Cacerolazo: the national chant that took over social media
Nov 25, 2019
Through an analysis of contagion and social media, Linterna Verde approaches this milestone in the beleaguered history of social protest in Colombia.
After the downfall of the Minister of Defense, Uribe supporters seek solace on Facebook
Nov 12, 2019
In the midst of a Twitter storm after Minister Botero’s resignation, Linterna Verde analyzed the narratives of militant Uribe supporters in Facebook groups. This is how they lick their wounds and cling to their discourse.
Let’s talk about blood sausage and social media in these elections
Nov 5, 2019
In the social media era, polls are cooked, served and consumed out in the open. What we are seeing is a recipe for disinformation.
By their # you will know them: the candidates’ latest anxieties
Oct 25, 2019
Two days before the polls open, these are the messages that the candidates want to send – urgently, desperately or confidently – through the hashtags the use and the trending topics they promote. Linterna Verde analysis.
#ImforClaudia vs. Petro: the pending debate on the power of women
Oct 22, 2019
Linterna Verde analyzed 36,000 tweets that were part of this digital conversation from October 10-14.