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  1. 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.
  2. FILE PHOTO: A vendor weighs vegetable next to an advertisement of Paytm, a digital payments firm, h

    Facebook's big India deal portends a bruising time for SoftBank-backed Paytm

    Facebook's US$5.7 billion investment in Reliance promises to be the biggest headache yet for Paytm, a SoftBank-backed pioneer in India's digital ...
  3. WhatsApp

    WhatsApp limits message forwarding to slow spread of coronavirus misinformation

    Facebook Inc's WhatsApp tightened message forwarding limits on Tuesday, restricting users to sharing forwarded content one chat at a time after a ...
  4. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Milan

    In Italy, support groups fear lockdown is silencing domestic abuse victims

    Italy has seen a sharp fall in official reports of domestic violence as it approaches a month under coronavirus lockdown, raising concern among ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Silhouettes of laptop and mobile device users are seen next to a screen projection of W

    Coronavirus conspiracies go viral on Whatsapp as crisis deepens

    On Sunday morning, a viral outbreak in the Dutch city of Utrecht infected more than 60 people in less than hour. Unlike the coronavirus, however, ...
  6. Day four of Italy's nationwide coronavirus lockdown, in Brescia

    Under lockdown, Italy's social and family life goes virtual

    As 60 million Italians face a coronavirus country-wide lockdown, many daily interactions among family, friends and colleagues have moved to ...