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Is a more collaborative approach the answer to fighting global disinformation?

by Suzanne Smalley

The firm Graphika is pitching a software-based multistakeholder threat center to track, share and analyze disinformation at scale.

Facebook warns 1 million users about apps trying to compromise accounts

by Tonya Riley

Facebook identified 400 apps across the Google Play and Apple App store that posed as harmless lifestyle and business services to dupe users.

Senators slam social media companies for failure to keep disinformation from going viral

by Suzanne Smalley

Tech executives say they are working hard to fight disinformation, but lawmakers and critics say they simply aren't doing enough.

Senators expected to grill current, former social media executives on disinformation

by Suzanne Smalley

A former Facebook executive turned critic is expected to testify about how the company prioritizes growth over safety.

Researchers unveil details of sprawling pro-Western influence campaigns

by AJ Vicens

The operations likely emanated from the U.S. and the United Kingdom, but conclusive attribution is not yet available.

Collective of anti-disinformation 'Elves' offer a bulwark against Russian propaganda

by Suzanne Smalley

A group known as the Elves formed after three Lithuanian friends decided to work together to take on Russian trolls.

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