BJP workers allege that they have been disproportionately targeted by the West Bengal government’s fight against fake news.
Two FIRs were filed against Mohammed Zubair in Delhi and Raipur under sections of the IT Act and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences
Facebook and its top lobbying executive in India, Ankhi Das, are facing questions internally from employees over how political content is regulated in India.
A report in ‘The Wall Street Journal’ which alleged that Facebook India deliberately didn’t take action on hate speech by BJP leaders has set off a political controversy.
Anjali Monteiro and K.P. Jayasankar say that while Facebook has taken down the original post, Twitter has not taken any action yet.
From bioweapon conspiracy theories to fake news stories about school infections, psychologists explain what's behind the spread of disinformation during a crisis.
Doctored videos of opponents, misleading Google search results and fake Twitter names show the disinformation virus has spread across the Atlantic.
Kanakadurga, one of the first two women to enter Sabarimala after SC's 2018 verdict, is now at the centre of a social media misinformation campaign in Kerala.
The photo shared by Keya Ghosh, the social media in-charge of West Bengal BJP Mahila Morcha, is that of CPI Leader Annie Raja from a protest in May.
Sultana is known for her work amongst poor and disenfranchised Muslims living in Assam’s ‘chars’.