The video is obviously faked, but it's still setting the anti-vaxx internet on fire.
Four ways to survive the social media "infodemic."
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In both 2016 and 2017, only about .3 percent of reported hate crimes turned out to be fake.
A paper that claimed the quality of information doesn't factor into how viral it becomes under conditions of "information overload" has been retracted.
A new study found that age was the main factor that determined whether someone would spread misinformation on Facebook.
In part two of "Mass Confusion," journalist Adi Renaldi meets the people who create black campaigns and learns how a hoax goes from an operative's Twitter account to trending in a matter of minutes.
In part one of "Mass Confusion," writer Adi Renaldi meets the people who are trying to combat the spread of hoaxes in the run-up to April's election.
Please stop falling for that crazy graphic of tilapia “facts” that is making its way around the internet.
The Wikimedia Foundation wasn’t given warning before Susan Wojcicki announced at SXSW that YouTube is planning to use its content to debunk fake news.
With new technologies like deepfakes everyone can create believable, but fake, videos of anyone they want. Is Indonesia ready for a future where everything—and nothing—looks real?