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The University of Cambridge has rejected a freedom of information request from WikiTribune related to an internal dispute over the work of the academic who is a key character...
Russian investigative journalist Maksim Borodin has died after falling from the balcony of his flat in Yekaterinburg.
Observers warn of ongoing turmoil following U.S. Treasury sanctions on Friday
Groups allege YouTube collects locations and phone numbers without parental consent and breaches rules.
Velocity of lies exceeds that of truth: Buzz Aldrin story goes into orbit but it's nonsense
Cambridge Analytica scandal was a result of Facebook's 'DNA', not a bug: personal data has made it a fortune and it is insatiable
Top stories and more: Trump denies knowing about payment to adult film star
The Indian Prime Minister Office withdrew a decision to punish journalists accused of propagating what it deems "fake news"
Black Cube was allegedly hired to hack Nigeria's now-president, a claim the company denies
Facebook's stock fell sharply after FTC announcement, adding to falls since data scandal emerge
Against a backdrop of misinformation and diminishing local news, teenage journalists are being silenced
A human rights monitor told WikiTribune Putin's government has been increasing pressure on the opposition, with widespread arrests