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    Facebook announces steps to clamp down on misinformation ahead of 2020 election

    Facebook announced new steps to combat misinformation and voter suppression on Monday ahead of the November 2020 U.S. presidential election, on ...
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    TikTok brings in ex-US congressmen to review content policies

    TikTok will bring in an external group comprising former U.S. congressmen to review and advise on its content moderation policies including on ...
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    Corrected: Country star Kenny Rogers dismisses 'wild misinformation' about his health

    The Lucille star was recently admitted into a hospital in Georgia and treated for dehydration.
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    As Indian election looms, Facebook steps up fact-checks

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    Facebook's WhatsApp limits users to five text forwards to curb rumours

    Facebook Inc's WhatsApp messenger service is globally limiting the number of times a user can forward a message to five, in a bid to fight ...
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    Government meets with WhatsApp over tracing of fake news: source

    Indian tech ministry officials met with senior WhatsApp executives this week to ask the Facebook Inc unit to start tracing the origins of ...
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    Facebook chief says Internet firms in 'arms race' for democracy

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    Commentary: People who share misinformation online rarely fact-check

    Biases might make you susceptible to manipulation on social media, say two observers from Indiana University.
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    Commentary: Would you know if you’ve been fed a deliberate online falsehood? Probably not

    Nanyang Technological University’s Edson C Tandoc Jr sheds light on why tackling deliberate online falsehoods is an uphill climb that deserves ...