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.
Fátima is a Twitter bot that searches for tweets that link to discredited stories online and automatically replies with a link to verified information.
A dedicated fact-checking departmetn is not the norm for most media organizations. Here are tips for journalists to fact-check their work as they go.
How can researchers make sense of the misinformation spreading on WhatsApp? Participants at the Credibility Coalition's workshop have some ideas.
ICFJ Truthbuzz Fellow Sérgio Spagnuolo spoke about his fellowship plans, the challenges of fighting misinformation on WhatsApp, possible solutions and more.
Misinformation is difficult to track, and debunk, when it's spread through messaging apps. Cofacts uses volunteer fact-checkers to address the problem.
As bots have become more sophisticated, so has their ability to spread disinformation. Here's what you need to know.
The 21st century has seen information weaponized on an unprecedented scale. A new resource published by the International Center for Journalists plots the current crisis on an international timeline.
In 2016, Consejo de Redacción, a journalist association in Colombia, launched Colombiacheck, a fact-checking organization devoted to verifying public discourse.
As Mexico prepares for its largest election, more than 90 media outlets have banded for a project known as Verificado 2018, which sets an example for the possibilities of collaboration.
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