As audiences are confronted with a proliferation of opinions online, how can we ensure debate continues to strengthen democracy while ensuring that not all opinions are not taken as fact?
A recent report from Knight finds that most of the accounts spreading fake news on Twitter during the election are still active —and stable — today because Twitter has not banned them.
Creating a diverse and inclusionary newsroom isn’t something that happens naturally. Panelists at the 2018 JAWS Conference and Mentoring Project shared tips for how to do it.
Photojournalists discussed the role of images in the search for truth and construction of peace in conflict areas at an event in Colombia.
Presenters from this year's Uncovering Asia conference have created tipsheets based on their presentations.
Collaborating across countries and time zones is challenging but ICFJ Knight Fellow Jacopo Ottaviani from Code for Africa shares tips to make it easier.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) published a report in July that examines how cyberstalkers operate, who they target and tools they use to wage hate campaigns.
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On Indigenous People's Day, IJNet gives tips for covering Native American communities, including tips for sourcing, attribution and searching for complete narratives.
Fátima is a Twitter bot that searches for tweets that link to discredited stories online and automatically replies with a link to verified information.
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