Facebook has started assigning its users a hidden “trustworthiness score” for reporting fake news, but there may be more to the story.
If you want to keep your social media profile credible, these are some steps you can take to double-check your news and spot fake news.
We’ve heard a lot about fake news in the past few years, and frankly the situation is only getting worse with all the saturation. We asked our writers, “Should it be illegal to publish fake news?”
We’ve been besieged by fake news as of late. But is there a way to fix it? Could A.I. become grand solution to fix the problem of identifying fake news?
Facebook is considering letting its users define what exactly is or isn’t fake news, through a series of surveys. It’s time to explore the idea in depth and consider the potential pitfalls in this strategy.
Many people can get caught up in fake news, believing that it’s true, and that can cause many, many problems. What do you do when you encounter fake news?
The rise of social media has resulted in the viral spread of information, particularly in the spread of fake news. Here’s what you need to know and how you can fix it.
Have you ever wondered why people are creating fake news and spreading it around? Here’s how fake news websites work and why they do it.
Much has been said in recent weeks regarding the fake news that is published, specifically at Facebook. What do you think will happen with fake news in the future?