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To help tackle harmful disinformation online, social platforms must be transparent about how they moderate misleading content and who is responsible for errors
"It is a mistake to create this bifurcated world of text and visuals when so many huge news stories play out in a way where they are caught on camera"
Social media users care little about the difference between a personal and commercial Twitter account. So journalists need to refrain from sharing polarising views to help win back public trust
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US newsrooms are bracing themselves for a torrent of misinformation and conspiracy theories headed their way
As there is still so much we do not know about the coronavirus, Meedan's Digital Health Lab answers journalists' burning questions on 'mid-information' - a science that is still largely unknown
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In a climate of fear, conspiracy theories fester and audiences often share false information in good faith. Reuters reflects on the variety of ways reporters working from home can separate fact from fiction
From news labels to toolkits, this selection of free tools can help reporters identify and debunk false information
By producing videos for public transport, Teyit hopes to capture diverse groups of people lost to online algorithms
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As the presidential election approaches, journalists need to better understand information environments to stop the spread of false claims
At a time when false information presents itself in different ways, The Washington Post explains what journalists must look out for and how to take action
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How can we give young people the critical skills to become resilient to information disorder?
Jesper Doub, Facebook’s director of news partnerships, EMEA, on why the media is losing people’s trust and what we all can do about it
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