Read this to figure out if your physician has some sketchy beliefs not supported by science. Illness is caused by demon sex, for example.
A group calling itself “America’s Frontline Doctors” spread false information about COVID-19 with the help of Facebook, right-wing media and President Trump.
Even if the platform deters another attack, the hack is a lightning rod for disinformation.
An interview with misinformation expert Claire Wardle on why false information thrives in a pandemic.
Far-right groups and websites across the globe have taken advantage of people’s fears and vulnerabilities in order to push disinformation to vilify Muslims.
False rumors have circulated wildly about drastic measures to stop the outbreak.
Max Boot compares the president to the Iraqi official known for his comically false disinformation.
Rudy Giuliani is described in the report as having a “high susceptibility to disinformation," The Daily Beast reports.
University lecturers have accused rescue workers the White Helmets of mass murder in Syria – to condemnation from Amnesty International and others.
More than 2,800 deceptive Twitter accounts were deleted, along with numerous Facebook accounts, pages and groups.