The study of disinformation is in itself a challenge, as it is a polymorphic problem of multiple factors, and that does not have a single way of being solved, according to the European Commission. As far as Spain is concerned, it is still a relevant issue of growing social concern. Something that has contributed to the emergence of actions aimed at verifying disinformative content disclosed in digital contexts (example: Servimedia and 16 Spanish media have recently launched the initiative called "Verified" for the verification of content related to the elections of 28 April 2019), as well as the study of the phenomenon. Measures that must be studied and analyzed from the cultural and linguistic particularities of Spanish and the features that characterize Spanish society. This work focuses on addressing those mentioned above, from the general results obtained during year 1 of the project that has been running at the International University of La Rioja from September 2019. A project that aims the understanding of the misinformation landscape in digital contexts promoted by and from political actors in Spain.