Rules on political ads on Facebook pose a real threat to news consumers–and voters.
Washington Examiner says she did; Conway says she didn’t. Who’s right? Strap on your news literacy tools–it’s time to examine the evidence.
The short answer is: It depends.
NewsGuard is basically a nutrition label for news on the internet.
Two rules collide here: Direct quotations must never be doctored, but it’s not fair play to mock or belittle non-native speakers either.
Deepfake videos, which superimpose images on videos that aren’t real, are becoming more sophisticated, but there are a few telltale signs to look for.
No—but they make an excellent starting point, especially when supplemented by other trusted sources.
Verification, independence and accountability are the distinguishing features of good journalism and worth considering when wading into anything written by anti-vaxx crusaders.
Are Facebook users wising up to just how big a “filter bubble” they may be living in? A new study says yes.
Can you believe what a group of women wore to a Trump rally in North Carolina back in July 2019? In fact no, you can’t.