Every day, countless pictures are poured onto the internet. The user has no way to know where they came from or if they’ve been digitally altered. How can we tell if a photo is a genuine?
Facebook's latest financial figures have excited analysts. But cyberactivists like Markus Beckedahl say the company must do much more to combat the spread of fake news.
German satirical magazine "Titanic" managed to trick German tabloid "Bild" into publishing what it considered to be a major political scandal. Now, the hoax has given away to a larger debate on media ethics.
The technology that can realistically manipulate footage is mostly being used for pornography, says a new report. It has also caused several major political scandals already.
DW Akademie recently launched Fact Check Mongolia, a program that will use Truly Media to help verify information. With elections coming up in 2020 and 2021, journalist Tamir Tsolmonbaatar explains why it is needed.
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