Who we are

In the project “Antibodies to Misinformation: Students and Journalists Are Educated by Training” we design, develop and implement in pilot schools an experiential educational program for the media against misinformation. The main learning goal of the program is the metacognitive skill of critically dealing with information disseminated in digital media. We use climate change as an exemplary theme, around which a lot of information and misinformation is circulating and for which there is genuine interest but also real disagreements and accusations from both sides, as well as serious and difficult dilemmas. The training program is designed and implemented by the participating students themselves, members of the CyberSafety Youth Committee, in collaboration with and guidance from journalists, educators and policy makers.

The project is funded by the Cyprus University of Technology in the framework of the grants “Combating Misinformation through Media Literacy”, by the Embassy of the United States of America in the Republic of Cyprus. The grant “Combating Misinformation through Media Education” is supported, among others, by the Pedagogical Institute of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth of Cyprus, the program “HORIZON 2020 Co-Inform” (# 770302) and the Open University Of Cyprus.


Our website is https://mime.dtprojects.eu.org. In the ANTIsomata in MISINFORMATION project we are committed to the protection of personal data, in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Your personal data will therefore be governed in accordance with the above regulation. If you have any questions about the processing of your personal data, either about accessing or correcting this data, you can send your request to info@ermis-f.eu.

Although you can browse the website without giving any information about your person, nevertheless some -minimum- personal data is necessary to give you access to some parts of our page. We treat this data in accordance with our Personal Data Policy.

What personal data do we collect?

When you sign up to contact the project team, we save very limited personal data in our system. The following information is entered only in the database of our website: name, surname, e-mail. Absolutely no information about the members of the service is made public.

How do we collect your data?

You provide us with almost all of the data we hold. We record and process data when you:

A questionnaire is completed voluntarily or we are given your opinion on some of our applications via mail.
When using or viewing our page, through the cookies of your browser.
How personal data is stored and used

All information we collect is securely stored to provide the user with:

Access to page functions
Other targeted mailings about our services.
The ANTIsomata project in MISINFORMATION does not copy or modify your personal information in any way and uses it exclusively for the purposes of this project and for its updates. We will not disclose your personal information for any advertising purpose.

How to access and modify personal data

Privacy policy of other sites

The ANTIBODIES page in MISINFORMATION contains links to other websites. Our privacy policy only applies to our website. If you click on a link to be redirected to another website, please also read their privacy policy.

Contact the ANTIsomata website in MISINFORMATION

The site has the “Contact” option, which activates your email software and invites you to send your comments to a specific email box. When you send such a message, your personal data is collected only for the purpose of sending you a reply. If you have questions about the processing of your email and related personal information, do not hesitate to include them in your message.

Our cookies, and how we use them
If you create an account with us (registration on the ANTIsomata website in MISINFORMATION), then we will use cookies for the registration process and for the general management of the functions related to it. These cookies are usually deleted when you log out, however in some cases they may remain so that your browser remembers your preferences after you log out.

We use cookies when you are logged in so that the system can remember that you are logged in. This prevents you from having to sign in every time you visit a new page. These cookies are usually deleted when you log out, to ensure that only you can access locked features and data when you are logged in.

Our page offers the possibility of subscribing to mail, and cookies can be used to remind the system that you are already registered and whether certain emails only apply to registered or users who have stopped registering in them.

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