Jim Watkins wants to make The Goldwater the pre-eminent news source for the trolls of 8chan.
Did A Cure For Wellness work with the most famous fake news publisher in the US or did someone mimic his work?
A real paper with a similar name to a fake site used to promote A Cure for Wellness was inundated with angry phone calls and emails.
A Cure for Wellness is linked to five fake local news websites that have been spreading hoaxes about vaccinations, Trump, and other topics.
Yep. The Macedonians are still at it.
A baseless claim made during a panel discussion spawned a series of stories and one hugely viral tweet.
God claimed that complaints about a post that emphasized that the Quebec mosque shooter is a white Trump fan caused the social network to unverify its page. It’s unclear if that’s what caused the change in status.
“I’m really sorry, this whole thing got out of hand,” the Japanese man told BuzzFeed News.
The account used to impersonate Bollywood actor Rani Mukerji.
A conservative page owner said three posts disappeared, and there have been temporary bans imposed on other pages. Facebook said it was the result of errors by its automated systems.
This is what happens when liberal trolls, fake news, and Macedonians collide.
The Trending list is also getting rid of personalization and will show the same items to all users in a country.
When contacted by BuzzFeed News, Clint Ehrlich said he is behind the site trying to debunk “bogus claims about Mr. Trump and Russia’s government.”
This is some weak-ass Photoshop in action.
Only 18% of people surveyed said they trust news on Facebook all or most of the time.
Facebook banned RT from posting certain content for close to 24 hours, but the reason for the ban is now in dispute.
The social network is under legal and political pressure in Germany to stop misinformation from spreading on its platform.
Anas Modamani wants an injunction that requires the social network to remove posts falsely linking him to terrorism.
Top-performing Merkel stories in both English and German are dominated by a string of highly critical, and often misleading, articles and headlines from websites that consistently publish fake news and conspiracy theories.