How deepfakes can trigger political uncertainty

Eleni Stamatoukou


When a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Turkey and Syria on February 6, 2022 Greek government sent rescue teams on the ground and ordinary people collected medicine, clothes, bedding, food, and other essentials for humanitarian...

Artificial intelligence – in between information and disinformation

Festim Rizanaj


The spread of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in recent years has revolutionized various industries, including media outlets in the creation and dissemination of...

The LGBTI community “torn” between hate speech and freedom of expression

Mirce Adamcevski


The attempts to prevent hate speech in the media outlets and in the social media are not showing results so...

Without proper oversight, AI technologies can become a threat

Andrea Perišić


At the end of last year, the then director of the Podgorica Health Center, Danilo Jokić, was the target of fraudsters on Facebook, who, with the help of...

A loud SLAPP for Greek journalists

Eleni Stamatoukou


Greek journalists and media reporting on the wiretapping scandal testified in a court hearing on January...

Greek Journalism: Two Parallel Universes

Eleni Stamatoukou


Greek media are polarized. Depending on their connections with “power,” they choose to underreport or not report on an...

Why having debate TV shows when there is a lack of communication culture


The use of hate speech is a serious issue and must be seriously taken into account not only by the government authorities but also by the civil society, including...

Truth and lies in a world in which they’re difficult to distinguish

Branko Prlja


The emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) has caused numerous debates, but one thing is certain – it is a powerful tool that has a huge potential to transform...

Women have less and less access to the media in Serbia

Dubravka Valic Nedeljkovic


The significantly higher representation of men as a source of information and as interviewees compared to women is a continuous media practice in Serbia, which has been observed in all conducted analyses and media monitoring activities since 1996 until the latest one...

The attitude of the citizens of Serbia towards the EU in the jaws of anti-Western sentiment

Denis Kolundzija


If a referendum on Serbia's entry into the European Union were held today, 43 percent of citizens would answer "yes,” 33 percent would be against it, while one in ten does not know what to answer. Fourteen years earlier, support for Serbia's membership in the EU...