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Poland #FakeHunter Competition to Test Ability to Spot Russian Disinformation

PAP head Wojciech Surmacz said it would focus "solely and exclusively on the war in Ukraine, on Russia's brutal attack on Ukraine."

Internet users in Poland will be able to test their fake news hunting skills in a special competition to be held under the auspices of the Polish Press Agency and the government’s GovTech Polska new technology programme for the public sector.

The competition, organised as part of PAP’s #FakeHunter disinformation detection project and titled #FakeHunter Challenge/Geopolityka, will take place on March 24-27. Its co-sponsors are the Polish education ministry and the Digital Poland Union.

Announcing the competition during a press conference on Wednesday in the education ministry, PAP head Wojciech Surmacz said it would focus “solely and exclusively on the war in Ukraine, on Russia’s brutal attack on Ukraine.”

Read more at The First News

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