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will NOT in any way involve mastodon.social, and for that matter, it will NOT involve ANYONE without their explicit consent, as per both GDPR and H2020 commission requirements.

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's purpose is to assist social media users in determining trustworthiness of information. It is a research project coordinated by the University of Greenwhich and funded by the European Commission under the programme.

If you would like to eventually be invited to play around with Eunomia on those private servers, follow this account and stay tuned for further announcements 😃

And, since this has come up before--Eunomia is a research project, so what we're interested in is finding out what works, not creating an app that can be used today. So all of our activity will be confined to our own, private servers, not touching any real data or servers of the fediverse.

What's important to note is that Eunomia does not aim to be the curator of what's true. Rather, what we are developing is a toolset that will empower you to make that decision yourself by visualizing information that's already there in an easy to digest way.

Eunomia is coming along! Thank you all for answering our survey and taking the time to do an interview. It was very illuminating and a summary will be published in due time on our website.

... which is to change the hypothetical use cases developed previously into what users showed that they really want from to focus on. So, it allows us to put more effort into the direction of building a digital companion app for users that can quickly identify the original source of information and easily visualise how it changed on the way and where. Let me know what you think about the feedback and direction described above.

... "don't scrape without consent; that's why we left twitter", "don't you dare to score users", "don't make a system that tells people what to think", "don't make something that governments, `authorities' or anyone else can use to monitor me". Obviously we agree with all the above and crucially they are also in line with our recent internal privacy impact assessment concluded, which is perfect, because it provides clarity for the next step: ...

Thank you all for the wonderful passion you showed about information trustworthiness in social media. In scientific research projects, we usually get a lot less interest, so the community's involvement was a pleasant surprise. Some very clear messages for that I perceive and correct me where I am wrong because I haven't seen the complete feedback analysis yet: ...

Please do not hesitate to send your questions and concerns here. We will add a Frequently Asked Questions section to our website as soon as possible

Please do not hesitate to send your questions and concerns here. We will add a Frequently Asked Questions section to our website as soon as possible

will NOT in any way involve mastodon.social, and for that matter, it will NOT involve ANYONE without their explicit consent, as per both GDPR and H2020 commission requirements.

If you don't want to submit your e-mail address via a Google form, you can send an e-mail directly to:

diotima.bertel@synyo.com

Thank you!

We would also like to conduct some interviews with volunteers about how you use (or other social media), so if you would be up for that, please sign up on this form:

forms.gle/RHf2u7H5ttRKBvjV6

Thank you!

Our first step in is understanding user needs and requirements, in other words, understanding what social media users would expect such a system to look and work like.

For this purpose, we have composed a survey:

surveyly.com/p/index.php/81691

If you can, please take it, and share it around so we get more responses! Thank you

's purpose is to assist social media users in determining trustworthiness of information. It is a research project coordinated by the University of Greenwhich and funded by the European Commission under the programme.

Mastodon

Server run by the main developers of the project 🐘 It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!