There's a huge amount of misleading information circulating online about coronavirus - from dodgy health tips to speculation about government plans. This is the story of how one post went viral.
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This article is important for all of us. It shows how UK media create fake news to nurture racism and extremism.
If you want to understand the Sussexes’ decision to step back from front-line royal duties, then the answers are contained in one remarkable legal document.
ctor/impressionist Jim Meskimen (Parks & Recreation, Whose Line?, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) recites "Pity the Poor Impressionist" poem in 20 celebrity voices, with the help of SHAM00K - deep fake.
Think about how this impacts on your understanding of real, fake and truth.
Instagram is teeming with these conspiracy theories, viral misinformation, and extremist memes, all daisy-chained together via a network of accounts with incredible algorithmic reach and millions of collective followers—many of whom, are very young. These accounts intersperse TikTok videos and nostalgia memes with anti-vaccination rhetoric, conspiracy theories about George Soros and the Clinton family, and jokes about killing women, Jews, Muslims, and liberals.
How do we know what's real and what's fake?
Why did Kelsy have a tattoo of Harry on her face? Watch the video for her explanation.
Rumours of child abductors spread through WhatsApp in a small town in Mexico. The rumours were fake, but a mob burned two men to death before anyone checked.