Junkipedia is designed to centralize the collection of problematic content so that everyone with a stake in solving this problem can benefit from a shared understanding of what threats exist and how to respond to them.
Junkipedia gives journalists, researchers and civil society organizations powerful tools to collect, track, analyze, and respond to mis- and disinformation spreading online. You can collect tips quickly and easily via tiplines, tag and classify each item submitted, and analyze narratives and identify trends in the data.
By joining our community, you can share the junk your team is finding and help to map the spread of problematic content online.
A flood of misleading content about the origins, risks, treatments, and impacts of COVID-19 has put the health and safety of our society at risk. A collaborative response to this crisis is required.
The integrity and accuracy of the 2020 Census is threatened by problematic content that could suppress response among the hardest-to-count communities.
Local and national elections face a challenging array of information quality problems that must be addressed through coordinated efforts to inform and educate the public.