Solidarity on the net affects not only civil society and politics - but also business. When companies position themselves digitally against disinformation and hostility, this has two dimensions: On the one hand, it involves business-related activities, e.g. moderating complaints via tweet or live video. On the other hand, digitalisation can also be a catalyst for corporate responsibility and a change in values.
But what role do companies play in the interplay between media, politics and social networks? What digital responsibility do they have in strengthening people's news and information literacy?