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“Whether intentional or not, the legislation we examined created potential opportunities to diminish opposing voices and decrease media freedom — both of which are particularly important in countries holding elections.”
Three experts in fact-checking and misinformation explain how false narratives are created and spread to Spanish-speaking audiences.
CrowdTangle will close August 14. Meta has argued the tool was used to generate inaccurate and incomplete reports about Facebook.
“Our belief in free will is ultimately a reason so many of us back democracy in the first place. Denying it can arguably be more damaging than a few fake news posts lurking on social media.”
COVID-19 wasn’t the most common issue that workshop participants brought up. Neither was politics. What was? Consumer fraud.
This browser extension can help you undo one piece of the misinformation-related damage Musk has done to the newsiest of social platforms.
“The reason I have to have undercover voters is because social media sites won’t — and to some extent, can’t — tell you exactly what they’re recommending every single voter.”