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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ICFJ Truthbuzz Fellow Sérgio Spagnuolo spoke about his fellowship plans, the challenges of fighting misinformation on WhatsApp, possible solutions and more.
From coloring books and hot dogs to a crowd-sourced story on public education, the Cincinnati Enquirer offers a model to other publishers for using Instagram Stories.
The Washington Post's The Lily was the first newspaper by and for women. They re-launched one year ago with a focus on content and intentional design.
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Chicas Poderosas' project, El Poder de Elegir, tackles misinformation on WhatsApp, one of the most-secretive social platforms, to help ensure that Colombian voters are making their decisions based on facts.
These five key trends and charts help us to better understand today’s social media landscape.
New technologies are helping to gather large amounts of data, combat fake news on social media and more in Brazil.
Journalists used social media to report about the Nicaraguan protests when independent media faced censorship from the government.
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