To start off, we're looking into: Putin’s ally admits to interfering in US elections – Russia has been accused of meddling in US elections since at least 2016.
The internet has enabled a crisis of public misinformation. Anyone can say anything, and fake news is just a part of our everyday lives now. It shouldn't be like this. So why is it?
“We are not in a war or a battle with Facebook,” said Jen Psaki, “we’re in a battle with the virus.” What does Facebook have to do with vaccines? * The Biden administration has put the blame largely on social media platforms, more specifically, Facebook Inc., for not hitting its
TMS contacted multiple health experts who addressed the necessity for vaccination and what is known – and not known – about the COVID-19 vaccines. After months of waiting and a year in which almost all aspects of life were disrupted by COVID-19, two vaccines are currently being distributed and administered in countries
YouTube, the popular video-sharing platform, has recently announced it wants to limit QAnon and other conspiracy theory content on its site, joining Facebook, Twitter and TikTok in the battle to prevent the spread of misinformation and hateful content. Social media platforms like YouTube and Twitter exist to give their users
Though Antifa protesters have had contentious run-ins with law enforcement, authorities are urging people not to spread false rumors about the wildfires being started by arsonists. Responding to the hoaxes requires the use of resources that are already spread thin by the wildfires. Much of the United States’ West Coast
Facebook, Inc. announced on Thursday that it will ban advertisements from The Committee to Defend the President, a pro-President Donald Trump super PAC (political action committee), for violating its rule on misinformation. The ban will be in effect from August 1 till November 1, lasting for a minimum of 90