Countering mis/disinformation strategic framework

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From: Harold

Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,

I would like to make a request for documents relating to the DPMC-led programme to develop a strategic framework for strengthening resilience to mis/disinformation. This is a follow up to a request I submitted 26 May last year (Ref: OIA-2020/21-0619).

At the time of my initial request, you advised me that the framework would not be released as it was still in draft form. If the framework has since been finalised, I would like to request a copy.

I would also like to request copies of all briefings or Cabinet papers relating to the development or implementation of the countering mis/disinformation strategy, dated since 26 May 2021.

If a multi-agency group has been established to co-ordinate this work, I would like to request a copy of their terms of reference and the dates of any meetings they have held since the beginning of 2021.

If it isn’t already covered by the above, I would like to request copies of all of the documents DPMC released to Stuff reporter Michelle Duff on this topic (this would have been sometime prior to 7 December 2021).

Yours faithfully,

Harold

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