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  • Fake news

    This case is about Article 142 of the Revised Penal Code which punishes any person who shall write, publish or circulate scurrilous libels against any duly constituted authorities of the government, or which tend to disturb or obstruct any lawful officer in executing the functions of his office, or which tend to stir up the people against the lawful authorities or to disturb the peace of the community, the safety and order of the government

    philstar.com
  • “Fake News Is Not Essential!”: Donald Trump Shares Video Of Protesters Berating Long Island News Reporter

    President Donald Trump shared a Long Island news reporter’s video in which he was berated by protesters demonstrating stay-at-home orders. In a tweet, Trump also wrote on of the chants from the demonstrators, “Fake News Is Not Essential!” Trump typically attacks the media as “fake news,” but it is typically aimed at national news outlets [

    Deadline
  • Coronavirus: How to Stop the Spread of Fake News

    Nadia Naffi, Ann-Louise Davidson, Houda Jawhar Society, Anyone with access to the internet can contribute to the war on misinformation. Everyone is responsible for slowing the spread of the disease. Every action counts. This is also the case in the fight against misinformation, which intrudes on the overabundance of news, mixing facts, rumours and fake news. The World Health Organization (WHO) has described this phenomenon as an infodemic. Our research on social media propaganda shows that...

    The National Interest
  • Embracing the Idea of Unregulated Fake News Everywhere

    Because letting government decide what is 'misinformation' now could end with restrictions on political speech later. The post Embracing the Idea of Unregulated Fake News Everywhere appeared first on The American Conservative.

    The American Conservative