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While numerous studies have examined the impact of fake news on those who read them, few studies allow us to understand what these readers do with such misleading information.

heir analysis indicates that 87% of news links shared on the social network Parler came from sources that frequently publish false information.

This blogpost of the EU DisinfoLab explores the shortcomings of content moderation on Twitter and YouTube.

The European Union has published a report regarding the efforts made by major digital platforms to limit online disinformation related to the COVID-19 crisis.

False information regarding COVID-19 is spreading through Black online spaces writes Brandi Collins-Dexter.

"The blackmoustachio'd face gazed downfrom every commanding corner. There was one on the house-frontimmediately opposite. BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU, the caption said, while the dark eyes looked deep into […]

Is it possible to renew the journalistic profession? Is it possible to adopt a different stance between producer and consumer of news so as to instore trust? Through this investigation, […]

The rapid spread of online misinformation poses an increasing risk to societies worldwide. To help counter this, these reseachers developed a “fake news game” in which participants are actively tasked […]

The bushfires in Australia in the winter of 2019-2020 are a feast for the manufacturers of doubt present on social media. Climate sceptics are debunking sound scientific theses, and calling […]

Among those who do not trust the news media, the main reasons (67 %) relate to bias, spin, and agendas. A significant proportion of the public feels that powerful people […]

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