Twitter is testing a new labeling feature to try to stop the spread of misinformation on its platform.
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As part of its effort to rid its platform of misinformation, Facebook is expanding its penalties for users that repeatedly share misinformation.
TikTok is rolling out a new warning banner on videos that contain unverified information, to discourage users from sharing them.
Twitter has announced a new community-driven way to address misinformation on its platform called Birdwatch.
Twitter is rolling out an update that provides more context for trending topics, a feature that has been heavily used for misinformation.
WhatsApp is piloting a way for users to double-check forwarded messages by uploading them through their browser - without WhatsApp seeing them.
In an effort to fight misinformation, WhatsApp is further limiting the number of people you can forward viral messages to.
With cases of the coronavirus increasing every day, the World Health Organization (WHO) has joined TikTok to spread awareness and fight misinformation about the virus.
As part of its efforts to fight misinformation around the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak, Google has announced the launch of an SOS Alert for related searches.
WhatsApp is testing a new Google-powered "search image" feature that lets users search for an image, to find out whether it's legitimate or not.
Facebook announced it's opening up access to CrowdTangle, the content discovery and social analytics tool it acquired in 2016, to academics and researchers.
To help identify and take action against more types of misinformation, faster, Facebook announced that it is expanding fact-checking for photos and videos.
Facebook announced that it removed another group of pages, groups, and accounts for what it calls "coordinated inauthentic behavior, on Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook announced it is making another algorithm update to its News Feed in order to show people more informative and entertaining stories.Along with fake news, Facebook has been fighting links to low-quality content for some …
Facebook recently announced several changes to its News Feed algorithm focusing on "improving the integrity of information" you can find on the platform. So, to make sure that Page admins know how to keep reaching …