Tips for staying active during the pandemic are one thing. But some influencers are pushing unscientific claims to sell “immunity boosting” products.
The social media giant gave $100 million to help local news during the pandemic, but still makes you hunt for trusted sources.
Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom are policing Twitter feeds, Medium posts, and other sources of bad data and misleading charts.
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube all announced this week that thousands of content moderators are being sent home—leaving more of our feeds in the hands of machines.
A deal with activist investor Elliott Management preserves Dorsey’s job. But it gives him—and Twitter—tough targets to meet this year.
The pink princess philodendron is the ultimate Instagram plant, with three-digit price tags to match. The following it cultivated was also ripe for deception.
The conspiracy movement lost its online home when 8chan was shut down. Followers migrated to other sites—and have set their sights on the presidential race.
After 11 steady years as the CEO of the professional networking company, Weiner is yielding the reins to deputy Ryan Roslansky.
In the wake of 2016, Facebook and Twitter said they’d ban inaccuracies about elections and voting. That didn’t stop lies and distortions on Monday.