EUNOMIA aims to raise critical awareness of social media and explore technologies that may help protect users against misinformation in a transparent and decentralized manner. In this context, it builds upon Mastodon to offer a platform that promotes "trust" over "likes" by providing additional features that support users’ assessment of the trustworthiness of posts. These features refer primarily to identifying whether the content described in a post has been posted before and in what context, in addition to AI-based information on sentiment and subjectivity, as well as existing information such as the age of the account or its number of connections and posts.
To participate in this project, you need to sign up on EUNOMIA. Please post in the same way as you would normally do in your personal social media (i.e., post, comment, share).
EUNOMIA unites a highly complementary consortium of 10 partners from 9 European countries from cross-disciplines and cross-sectors including academic, decentralised social media, public journalism organisations and SMEs (University of Greenwich, Blasting News, Trilateral Research, SYNYO, INOV, University of West Attica, University of Nicosia, ORF, Eugen Rochko and SIMAVI).
When signing-up, you are consenting to participate in the Project. Participation in the Project is strictly voluntary, and you may revoke your consent and delete your account at any time.
The Data Controller for your data is SOFTWARE IMAGINATION & VISION SRL, incorporated in Sos. Bucharest – Ploiești, nr. 73 – 81, Complex Victoria Park, Corp C4, parter, zona B, Sector 1, Bucharest, Romania (SIMAVI).
Basic account information: If you register on this server, you are asked to enter a username, an e-mail address, and a password. You may also enter additional profile information such as a display name and biography and upload a profile picture and header image. The username, display name, biography, profile picture, and header image are always listed publicly.
Posts, following and other public information: The list of people you follow is listed publicly, the same is true for your followers. When you submit a message, the date and time is stored as well as the application you submitted the message from. Messages may contain media attachments, such as pictures and videos. Public and unlisted posts are available publicly. When you feature a post on your profile, that is also publicly available information. Your posts are delivered to your followers, in some cases it means they are delivered to different servers and copies are stored there. When you delete posts, this is likewise delivered to your followers. The action of reblogging or favouriting another post is always public.
Direct and followers-only posts: All posts are stored and processed on the EUNOMIA server of the instance where you signed up. Followers-only posts are delivered to your followers and users who are mentioned in them, and direct posts are delivered only to users mentioned in them. If the particular instance where you signed up is federated with other intances, this means that they may be delivered to their servers too, and copies are stored there.
IPs and other metadata: When you log in, we record the IP address you log in from, as well as the name of your browser application. All the logged in sessions are available for your review and revocation in the settings. The latest IP address used is stored for up to 12 months. We also may retain server logs which include the IP address of every request to our server. Additionally, participants’ trustworthiness votes will be collected to be anonymously displayed to the users.
We rely on your consent as the lawful basis for processing your data. Any of the information and personal data we collect from you may be used to provide the core functionalities of EUNOMIA toolkit.
Note, the administrator of this EUNOMIA instance reserves the right to remove a post/ toot and ultimately delete an account, after giving suitable warnings, when there are abusive or inappropriate posts/ toots.
We recognize the importance to protect and secure the users' personal data and we are committed to adopt and implement all appropriate technical and organizational measures for the security and protection of the users' personal data. It is necessary to process such data for carrying out the project in a proper and effective manner.
We implement a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information when you enter, submit, or access your personal information. Among other things, your browser session, as well as the traffic between your applications and the API, are secured with SSL, and your password is hashed using a strong one-way algorithm. You may enable two-factor authentication to further secure access to your account.
We will pseudonymise and where possible anonymise the data you provide us to the extent possible when and if they will be used, removing all personally identifiable information where appropriate. We will only collect and process data that is strictly necessary for running the project.
No, EUNOMIA does not transfer your data to third-countries outside the EU. The data is stored in Germany and Portugal.
We will make a good faith effort to:
You can request and download an archive of your content, including your posts, media attachments, profile picture, and header image.
You may irreversibly delete your account at any time. Upon deletion of your account all your posts/ toots will also be deleted from all EUNOMIA nodes.
Yes, we only use essential cookies. Cookies are small files dropped in your device through your Web browser. These cookies enable the site to recognize your browser and, if you have a registered account, associate it with your registered account.
You have the following rights in relation to any of your personal data that we process. You can exercise your rights, explained below, by contacting by phone, in writing or emailing us at: email@example.com.
If you have any questions about this project or your prospective involvement in it, please contact:
|Project coordinator||Data Protection Officer||
Dr. George Loukas,
University of Greenwich
University of Greenwich
EUNOMIA project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No 825171