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Complaint from Democratic challenger comes as social media group tries to halt misinformation
National intelligence director blames Tehran for emails seeking to intimidate voters
ByteDance-owned short-video platform faces its first big content moderation test
Social media once again finds itself at the centre of controversy over bias and disinformation
The rabbit hole behind the rabbit hole is possibly a weaponised game.
Video platform follows Facebook and Twitter but stops short of full ban
News industry leaders discuss how media is changing and what the future holds
Partisan sites with no obvious revenue model and opaque owners have sprung up this year
Images generated by an algorithm are appearing increasingly in bot campaigns and online news outlets
Social media platform has faced growing pressure to crack down on pro-Trump conspiracy theory
Putting the weapon into the weaponisation of social-media propaganda.
Social network softens stance ahead of US vote and updates rules over voter fraud claims
Trump administration sends draft legislation to a Congress wary of the power of Big Tech
Video platform relied on machines after lockdown but found they over-censored borderline content
Education and constructive debate are vital to stamp out lies
Internet Research Agency said to be behind leftwing website was also active during 2016 election
The idea that we are suffering an ‘infodemic’ when it comes to coronavirus is attractive — and wrong
President discusses conspiracists as Facebook moves to disable accounts of affiliated groups
Misleading content generated an estimated 3.8bn views over past year
Digging deeper into the mysterious case of non-existent colleagues.
In disinformation-land Melania hates Trump and Biden sniffs children.
Can apps like TikTok be exploited to pose a new threat in global disinformation and propaganda wars?
FT colleagues who don't exist have been sending mysterious LinkedIn requests to Financial Times journalists asking them to be added to their profiles.
Governments must introduce measures to better protect vulnerable citizens online
Clampdown comes hours after Facebook removed video alleging misinformation about Covid-19