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  1. Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne said China, Russia and Turkey were spreading misinformation

    Australia accuses China of fuelling 'infodemic' over coronavirus

    Australia's foreign minister accused China Tuesday of contributing to a climate of "fear and division" over the coronavirus in a speech also ...
  2. A combination photo from files of Facebook Google and Twitter logos

    Facebook, Twitter, Google to report monthly on fake news fight, EU says

    Facebook, Google and Twitter should provide monthly reports on their fight against disinformation, two senior EU officials said on Wednesday as ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Person holds a smartphone with Tik Tok logo displayed in this picture illustration

    TikTok's Mayer pledges fake news fight in call with EU's Breton

    Chinese video app TikTok's new Chief Executive Kevin Mayer has told EU digital chief Thierry Breton he intends to play an active role fighting ...
  4. A forwarded message claiming gargling warm water with salt or vinegar can wash down the coronavirus.

    Commentary: Forwarding a WhatsApp message on COVID-19 news? How to make sure you don’t spread misinformation

    There are a few ways to spot potential misinformation when you receive forwarded messages, say Edson C Tandoc Jr and Mak Weng Wai.
  5. A woman wearing a protective mask uses a smartphone as she travels on a bus during rush hour, after

    Commentary: How to stay sane in a time of COVID-19 information overload

    Increased media use in the time of COVID-19 might expose individuals to misinformation as well as information that might increase their anxiety, ...
  6. Once people connect to a rogue Wi-Fi network, the hacker could see every email they send.

    Commentary: Deterrence, retaliation and arms control - a guide to tackling information warfare

    We need to rethink our constructs of cyberdefence and draw a red line between soft power of open persuasion and the hard power of covert ...
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    Pope Francis warns against Internet 'disinformation'

    Pope Francis on Thursday (Jan 24) warned against the "disinformation" and "targeted distortion of facts" to be found on the Internet and social ...