From targeted propaganda to fake news, the media industry has struggled to meet the challenges of false information on the internet. But some journalists warn that facts may not be enough.
President Gjorge Ivanov has caused a diplomatic storm after openly accusing the German ambassador in Macedonia of being incompetent. It is not the first time Ivanov has criticized Berlin.
US President Donald Trump says he had an "absolute right" to share intelligence with Russia. However, Moscow-based media contradict reports that Trump revealed classified information to Kremlin emissaries at all.
Cyberattackers appear to have tried to disrupt Emmanuel Macron's presidential bid by leaking a trove of emails. But the hackers were hamstrung by strong cyberdefenses and French voters' disdain for foreign meddling.
Fake news and hate speech are disseminated via social media on a daily basis. Many profit from this anonymous agitation. But two Austrians have taken it upon themselves to expose fake news and hoaxes.
Occupants of the White House have never been particularly fond of journalists. What is new, however, is President Donald Trump's very public campaign to de-legitimize the press. Michael Knigge reports.
From the "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" to ex-US President Bill Clinton's affair with Monika Lewinsky: lies have shaped history. DW examines the falsehoods that changed the world.
Members of Germany’s new anti-populist Schmalbart network have held their first meeting. Can left-wingers, conservatives, digital strategists and offliners work together to bring about meaningful change?
The online platform "Schmalbart" was initially launched in response Breitbart News' ambitions to come to Europe. A few months on, despite some challenges, the activists say their goals are still as relevant as ever.
Fake news has become big business. Who stands to gain – and who stands to lose?
CDU chair Volker Kauder joined DW to discuss the potential influence of Russian cyberattacks.
The head of Germany's domestic intelligence agency has issued a warning ahead of next years' German elections. He's afraid Russian propaganda could influence voting behavior.
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