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This new Google Chrome plug-in allows news readers to rate pieces of journalism out of five and give the reasons why - producing a 'mould vs gold' leaderboard of journalists and news outlets
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Piloted in India, the news verification function alerts users when their search topic is a hoax. But measuring its success can be tricky
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Reuters head of UGC newsgathering joins Newsrewired to talk about fact-checking, AI-altered videos and how quality journalism can thrive in the fake news era
Almost three years after its launch, the third-party fact-checking programme does not provide all the tools and strategies needed to help users spot online misinformation
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