You want to give the state or the European parliament the power to decide what is true and what is not?
Have you not learned your lesson from Orban? According to various media outlets he is doing exactly that with his state power.
Give people the skills to do their own research, make them think critically and question narratives, do not call everything you disagree with a conspiracy theory and stop treating people like children (in a condescending and paternalistic manner).
You should treat people like your equals. Even more than that, you are politicians. You were elected by the people. You are there to serve them and listen carefully to their concerns.
I would also like to stress to you the importance of the argument from authority: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argument_from_authority
If you take issue with a point, address it. Do not refer to some experts, refer to their research instead and be open to criticism concerning their methodology (there always is).
So please, change the word “disinformation” to “misinformation”.
Sometimes you also have to agree to disagree. That is called tolerance.
When you do not act in such a manner, situations like in the US unfold, where a part of the population feels completely alienated from their political system. A media system, that cannot be bothered to do simple google research, but wants to create clicks through outrage, is also a problem.
Trump’s “very fine people statement” is just an arbitrary example you could pick.
Articles frame it a certain way, some of them still do up to this day: https://www.businessinsider.com/joe-biden-shuts-down-breitbart-reporter-trump-fine-people-quote-2019-8?r=DE&IR=T
However, with a little research, the comment can be found easily, with context: https://youtu.be/JmaZR8E12bs
Whether you like Trump or not is not relevant here, it is a question of journalistic standards. However this type of reporting had no consequences for the people involved. Sometimes, retractions were not even issued.
The media can justifiably be criticized.
We should think about a strategy to get people to be more critical towards news reports they hear (media literacy programs for adults and kids). For example Noam Chomsky could be included in school curricula.
Freedom of information is critical to a free society. I am strongly opposed to giving any government power to restrict it. Critical thought is what is needed, not censorship. Less vitriol would also be nice: From “Fight the lies” to “Fight misinformation” or even “Address misinformation”.