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Velocity of lies exceeds that of truth: Buzz Aldrin story goes into orbit but it's nonsense
Media A global “cycle of fear” – Norway tops Press Freedom rankings, Turkmenistan worst ranked nation
The annual Reporters Without Borders ranking sees only 43 nations have a 'satisfactory' or better level of press freedom
An original interview with Brazilian television professionals shows us how internet is contributing to improve TV.
The exile of Julian Assange and Edward Snowden compared with Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsberg hailed in new movie "The Post"
Michelle Guthrie and Justin Milne face questioning from government over political influence on the national broadcaster
The accusations, the retractions: what would yours be?
Once the hidden toil of backroom editors, can modern fact checking do enough to dispel public skepticism?
Congressman Matt Gaetz tweeted a video showing two men handing out money in Honduras
Lies and truth were in an equal struggle in the U.S. election, Oxford propaganda study shows
Court of Human Rights says data collection and snooping practices unlawful in landmark press freedom case
EU regulators said the tech firms have done too little voluntarily
WikiTribune is fact-checking claims made by British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn
Multi-billion pound industry with close links to EU threatened by Brexit uncertainty
A new study concluded that pro- and anti-vaccination tweets created "false equivalency, eroding public consensus on vaccination"
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Britain's Labour leader suggests fee for Facebook, Amazon, Google to reform media landscape and restore public's trust in press