about THE project
When was the last time you read an article to the end? How many times have you shared links without opening them? Have you argued with trolls in the comments?
How immune are you to information disorders? To find out, we offer you a chance to play games and view posters at the Fakeless exhibition. It is designed for younger and older audiences, enabling everyone to enhance their media literacy skills.
On this website, you will find 15 artifacts divided into four blocks. Each block represents a dose of vaccine against disinformation. You can choose from one of nine languages and spend time playing and learning!
Learning about various techniques, tricks, and disinformation strategies will help you prepare to face them in the real world!
The Real Life of Your Selfie
What goes on behind your "selfie"?
A reflection activity about society’s growing dependency on technology.
Activity: Hello, Friend
Hello, Friend is a short drawing activity that encourages visitors to reflect on their relationship to technology.
Activity: Let’s Face It
A short quiz about biometric technologies.
10 characters of disinformation
Everybody lies. But why do people lie? What is their motivation to do so?
Prove me wrong
Can you prove a zealous person wrong?
Label news on a speeding conveyor belt.
See beyond the headlines
How does unethical journalism manipulate and obscure the truth?
Navigate in the media signs
Learn the media signs and apply them to the appropriate situations.