Twitter explicitly bans voter suppression tactics on its service.
The Momo Challenge has been all over the internet - and the papers. Only one small problem: it doesn't exist.
WhatsApp rolls out a worldwide move to try and limit the spread of disinformation.
The Washington Post has detailed the vicious circle between two different political groups that is breeding unintentional misinformation - and increasing polarisation
Despite the efforts of the social platforms, the bots are getting more active — and more subtle.
People are dying in India thanks to intentional disinformation being spread over — principally — Facebook's WhatsApp. This needs to be addressed - but how?
Messaging apps are allowing misinformation to spread faster than ever before, and tactical responses aren't working. We need to address this at a societal level, with research and education.
Interesting investigation of a network of advertising-driven misinformation sites: This seems to be the newest trick in the book of a group of fake news websites: look for news about a well-known celebrity being taken to hospital, wait a few…