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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.

The reason to ban TikTok has nothing to do with data security 

by Dakota Cary

The People’s Republic of China has the power to manipulate one of the world’s most popular apps into a massive global propaganda machine. 

Twitter, Mudge and survival of the quittest

by Gavin Wilde

Why corporate Darwinism needs to change so Silicon Valley won't ignore the likes of Twitter whistleblower Peiter "Mudge" Zatko.

Venezuelan leftists took to Twitter in attempt to swing Colombian presidential election

by Suzanne Smalley

An account had more than 144,000 followers before Twitter suspended it.

Facebook, Twitter, Google move to intercept Russian propaganda, disinformation about Ukraine

by Tim Starks

Policymakers have been applying pressure to social media giants to hold back the tide of disinformation.

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